Metastability With Probabilistic Cellular Automata in an HIV Infection
Physics and Astronomy
Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Assuming a small failure probability for the interleukin production, a discrete model of HIV infection leads to transitions between fixed points. Eventually all initial configurations for the cellular automata lead to the destruction of the immune system, i.e., to AIDS.
Journal of Statistical Physics
Pandey, R. B.,
(1990). Metastability With Probabilistic Cellular Automata in an HIV Infection. Journal of Statistical Physics, 61(1-2), 235-240.
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