Stochastic modelling is the development of mathematical models for non-deterministic physical systems, which can adopt many possible behaviours starting from any given initial condition. Monte-Carlo simulations, for example, consist of exploring the various possible states of a complex probabilistic system through random sampling of initial conditions and repeated computer simulations.
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