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Multi-compartment model

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  1. As the number of compartments increases, the model can be very complex and the solutions usually beyond ordinary calculation

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  2. a type of mathematical model used to describe the way materials or energies are transmitted among the compartments of a system

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  3. Each compartment is assumed to be a homogenous entity within which the entities being modelled are equivalent

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  4. For instance, in a pharmacokinetic model, the compartments may represent different sections of a body within which the concentration of a drug is assumed to be constant

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  5. Hence a multi-compartment model is a lumped parameters model

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