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comment How to perturb a Dynamic System?
That's a lot to work with, thank you so much! I'll try to play around this for what I want and I will let you know how it goes. Again, so appreciated it :-)
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comment How to perturb a Dynamic System?
Hey Gabriel, if you have something easily on hand, I'd appreciate looking at that. I understand how Apply works, but I don't know how to make the jump to using it to allow multiple perturbations.
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comment How to perturb a Dynamic System?
Wow thanks for the offer, let me try and work it on my own and if I can't figure out a way to do it I'll let you know! thanks again.
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comment How to perturb a Dynamic System?
Though I'm wondering, is there a way to create multiple perturbations like this, for example some perturbation every N seconds? Maybe this could be kind of like a piecewise function, f or f + perturbation if a given time?
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comment How to perturb a Dynamic System?
Hey, thanks for the help! I'll try this out with a normal differential equation and try to work it with a delayed one. I don't think it should be all too different.
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comment How to perturb a Dynamic System?
That's one way of doing it, but what I really want to know is how to perturb the system from a particular value in the middle of a function. Like a break. After I know how to do this, I can program it in with either Manipulate or Input, I think?
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comment How to perturb a Dynamic System?
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comment Second-Order Feedback Pathways
Hi guys, I think I figured out a way to start. I played a bit with the SystemModeler, but what worked better was Mathematica's built-in delayed differential equation function.
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comment Second-Order Feedback Pathways
Thanks :) Hope to participate. I'm going through, the demonstrations, thanks.
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