property GPCCA.input_distribution: numpy.ndarray

Input probability distribution of the (micro)states.

In theory \(\eta\) can be an arbitrary distribution as long as it is a valid probability distribution (i.e., sums up to 1). A neutral and valid choice would be the uniform distribution (default).

In case of a reversible transition matrix, the stationary distribution \(\pi\) can (but don’t has to) be used here. In case of a non-reversible P, some initial or average distribution of the states might be chosen instead of the uniform distribution.

Vector of shape (n,) which sums to 1.

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