Latest Bistable Stories
A team of U.K. researchers has developed a way to dramatically reduce the complexity of modeling "bistable" systems which involve the interaction of two evolving species where one changes faster than the other ("slow-fast systems").
New Method Described in "The Journal of Chemical Physics" Simplifies Studies of Predator-Prey Interactions and other "Bistable" Systems WASHINGTON, May 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/
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