During an SSA simulation, at any infinitesimal time interval, a reaction will occur with a probability defined according to its propensity. If it does, then it will change the state vector according to its effects.
It is possible to use 'buffer' values in order to speed up the computation
of the propensity functions. For instance, instead of
"(c3 * s1) / (1 + c3 * c1)",
it is possible to write
"buf = c3 * s1; buf / (buf + 1)" instead.
[SSA_reaction] This object describes a single reaction as part of an SSA simulation. It contains the following member values:
r[["propensity"]]: The propensity function as a character.
r[["effect"]]: The change in state caused by this reaction.
r[["name"]]: The name of the reaction,
NA_character_ if no name was provided.
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