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## Comments

This is a great idea. Thanks also for linking to John and Jacob's paper Quantum Techniques for Stochastic Mechanics in your running tutorial on stochastic Petri nets. It might be worth summarising a few key concepts in relation at least to underlying structure - motivated by the epidemiology study group. @DavidTanzer, I might have a go at getting started with putting one or two small bits and pieces up on said web in relation to such matters at some point, if that sounds reasonable to you.

`This is a great idea. Thanks also for linking to John and Jacob's paper [Quantum Techniques for Stochastic Mechanics](https://arxiv.org/abs/1209.3632) in your running tutorial on stochastic Petri nets. It might be worth summarising a few key concepts in relation at least to underlying structure - motivated by the epidemiology study group. @DavidTanzer, I might have a go at getting started with putting one or two small bits and pieces up on said web in relation to such matters at some point, if that sounds reasonable to you.`

Hi @ChrisGoddard, Sure thing, thanks for the good word.

Yes, it would be great for you (or others) to add math content to the math book!

`Hi @ChrisGoddard, Sure thing, thanks for the good word. Yes, it would be great for you (or others) to add math content to the math book!`

@DavidTanzer would it be all right to add a category: Investigation ?

`@DavidTanzer would it be all right to add a category: Investigation ?`