fast time scale


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fast time scale

[′fast ′tīm ‚skāl]
(computer science)
In simulation by an analog computer, a scale in which the time duration of a simulated event is less than the actual time duration of the event in the physical system under study.
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Obviously, the game dynamics correspond to the fast time scale while the small terms of the order of [epsilon] correspond to the slow time scale.
Here, by taking the R-P-S strategy to investigate the effect of predator behavior on the stability of predator-prey system, we found that the ESS in fast time scale of disputing a prey is independent of parameters and is very symmetric, which locates on the center of the strategy space.