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  • n. Plural form of timestep.


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  • Includes examples of how very well it conserves energy for unspeakable billions of timesteps.

    This "Fix" in the GISS Code « Climate Audit

  • A pathological example would be that A and B are correlated only for even timesteps, A and C are correlated only for odd time steps; B and C are uncorrelated when considering all timesteps.

    More on "Naturally Orthogonal" « Climate Audit

  • Semi-lagrangian models also damp when used with long timesteps, but that is more hidden.

    Exponential Growth in Physical Systems « Climate Audit

  • ANN fusion validation dataset for a limited trajectory (3,000 timesteps) was employed in the same manner as the fusion training dataset.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • This dataset uses the same 50 simulated neurons, but for a different endpoint trajectory of 10,000 timesteps.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • · Incompatible change: GApp:: onBeforeSimulation now allows mutation of the timesteps

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • This is as I suspected, the timesteps are large for a 5 million year run.


  • After comic preliminaries ( 'You meet in a tavern and sign a contract without reading it, so frankly you deserve what's coming to you'), Chatty's adventure opens with a Skill Challenge, which is a structure that analogizes skill checks to combat, ordering individual player's skill checks (e.g. with normal initiative rolls and more discrete timesteps) and guiding the flow of the encounter with success / failure ratios.

    Wax Banks

  • Well i needed 60 fps because i'm using box2d and to make it easier i set the framerate that way and timesteps to the same value (1 / 60).



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