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Movement between Three Populations in a Closed System
This Demonstration shows population movement between three groups. The stochastic matrix
has column sums 1. The entry
is the fraction of population
that migrates to population
.
Contributed by:
Alex Bongiovanni
(Science and Math Academy)
Based on a program by:
Jesse Nochella
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Contributed by:
Alex Bongiovanni
(Science and Math Academy)
Based on a program by:
Jesse Nochella
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