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Boundedness of trajectories for weakly reversible, single linkage class reaction systems

By David F. Anderson


This paper is concerned with the dynamical properties of deterministically modeled chemical reaction systems with mass-action kinetics. Such models are ubiquitously found in chemistry, population biology, and the burgeoning field of systems biology. A basic question, whose answer remains largely unknown, is the following: for which network structures do trajectories of mass-action systems remain bounded in time? In this paper, we conjecture that the result holds when the reaction network is weakly reversible, and prove this conjecture in the case when the reaction network consists of a single linkage class, or connected component.Comment: 20 pages. Minor change

Topics: Mathematics - Dynamical Systems, Quantitative Biology - Molecular Networks, 37C10, 80A30, 92C40, 92D25
Year: 2011
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