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I have created a project page about a recent paper.

- H. Thomas Williams, Irina Mazilu and Dan Mazilu, Stochastic epidemic-type model with enhanced connectivity: exact solution. (2011). arXiv:1108.5135v1

This clearly is related to the network theory project.

I will use this new project page to cast the results in this paper, as an instance of Petri net field theory and see what I find in doing so. Its pretty exciting, but there is not much there yet, so hold on!

Here is the page:

## Comments

Great, Jacob! Our standard procedure is to include a link in this format:

`* [[Experiments in stochastic epidemic-type 1D models]]`

so I've edited your post to make it like that.

By the way, Brendan Fong is showing up at the CQT tomorrow - he'll work with me as an intern on this network theory stuff.

Jamie Vicary is also showing up tomorrow.

`Great, Jacob! Our standard procedure is to include a link in this format: `* [[Experiments in stochastic epidemic-type 1D models]]` so I've edited your post to make it like that. By the way, Brendan Fong is showing up at the CQT tomorrow - he'll work with me as an intern on this network theory stuff. Jamie Vicary is also showing up tomorrow.`