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Lecture 10: (U. of Cambridge): Escape through a cusp. Applications to diffusion in a crowded membrane

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SDB - Stochastic dynamical systems in biology: numerical methods and applications

This lecture introduces asymptotic computations to estimate the escape time through a cusp. The method uses conformal mapping in novel banana shaped domain.  The second part of the lecture concerns the computation of  the effective diffusion coefficient of a crowded membrane. D. Holcman.



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