Note: In the LJ model we have 118 states [no (Jail,1) or (Jail,2)], so all matrices are 118 × 118. In the RIJ model we have 120 states, so all matrices are 120 × 120.

Also, we index the rows by the current state and the columns by the next state, but Abbott and Richey reverse this convention. In other words, they consider the transposes of the (40 or 42 state versions of the) matrices given here.

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