Tag: Mathematical Modeling

  • Hysteresis


    Hysteresis describes systems where the current state is shaped by both past and present influences. Notable for its path dependence and non-linearity, the concept is particularly relevant in disciplines such as material science, engineering, and economics.

  • Batesian Mimicry

    Batesian Mimicry

    In Batesian Mimicry, a harmless species evolves to resemble a harmful one, thereby deterring predators. First articulated in 19th-century scientific research, this form of mimicry is governed by natural selection and frequently manifests in regions of high ecological diversity.