Cagnetta, Francesco. (2018). Monte Carlo simulation of and active interface with diffusing activators, [software]. University of Edinburgh. School of Physics and Astronomy. http://dx.doi.org/10.7488/ds/2325.
C source code for a Monte Carlo simulation of a system of particles diffusing onto a fluctuating interface. This code has been developed in the context of my PhD project and it simulates a stochastic process I built to mimic the dynamics of a living cell membrane. The code can be run by giving values to the model parameters, and it will produce a series of system configurations (position of the particles and the membrane) plus some average quantities (interface mean height, mean width, particles mean squared displacement). Details of the model are under publication in Physical Review Letters.
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