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Here are the slides of another talk I'll on networks I'll be giving at Oxford:

This is an intro to the stochastic Petri net stuff I've been banging on about for years. It should be self-contained if you read enough of the overview talk to be unafraid of the phrase "symmetric monoidal category" (or if you just ignore it).

As usual, I really welcome comments, corrections, questions and complaints!

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I'll go over these tomorrow word by word.

`I'll go over these tomorrow word by word.`