By Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

ISBN-10: 0470142626

ISBN-13: 9780470142622

ISBN-10: 047105741X

ISBN-13: 9780471057413

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C D, that are physically accessible with the same rate constants and constraints. 5) satisfy e, k(h,j) = k(h’,j’) = k(h”,j”) = C(h, j) = C(h’,j‘) = C(h”,j”) = .. * --. 54) The steady states must be different, that is, h # h’, . . 52) using the first steady state h; then the steady-state concentration is Xi” = hi-’,so at steady state xo = h/h = e. 55) 1-1 for i = 1, . . , n corresponds to the parameter point (h,j). The existence of multiple steady states for this j means that these equations have other solutions, which we call a’(j),a”(j), .

18) C,. 19) If u> is the ith row of and E. 19) says that the inner product UYE, = 0 for alf i and j. Therefore E, is orthogonal to every row of y. Since y has d linearly independent rows, E, must lie in the (r - d)-dimensional linear subspace S, orthogonal to the rows. This is called the nulf space of y. 12) says that E, must also lie in the closed positive orthant. Thus E. E S, n p+. If S, r l R : 1 = 0, reactions are present that have zero velocity for ,all steady states. After eliminating these superfluous reactions S, n R : # 0.

Of course a suitable matrix y must have been previously chosen to give C meaning. For k and C such that pOr, C ) = 0, there is no steady state to parametrize. Otherwise, for each k and C , label the steady state with an index i, 1 Q i < p ( k , C ) . A steady state can now be specified by r + n d 1 numbers p, = (k,C , i). Hence there is a one-to-one correspondence between physical steady states and the elements of + D , E { ( k , C , i ) l k E R:, C E R:-d, 1 < i < p(k,C)}. 33) For each p, E D,, the network has a matrix MK@K) that is obtained by linearizing the dynamics about the steady state (see Section 111).

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