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Blog - network theory (part 4)

As usual, please save *truly interesting* comments for the blog: what I want now is typo corrections or remarks like "you didn't explain that very well", or "I didn't understand..."

## Comments

Anonymous Coward edited a typo:

`Anonymous Coward edited a typo: > A labelling of this stochastic Petri net is a $k$-tuple of natural numbers $\ell = (\ell_1, \dots, \ell_n)$`

Thanks, Anonymous C!

("Anonymous C" sounds like the name of a rapper.)

I polished the article a bunch more and put it on the Azimuth Blog.

`Thanks, Anonymous C! ("Anonymous C" sounds like the name of a rapper.) I polished the article a bunch more and put it [on the Azimuth Blog](http://johncarlosbaez.wordpress.com/2011/04/06/network-theory-part-4/).`