Medical Definition of Continuous time model

1. A model in which the system changes continuously over time. Derivatives (e.g. DY/dt ) are the mathematical formalism for describing such continuous change. The differential equation which embodies a model provides the values of these derivatives at any particular time point; calculus or a computer can then be used to move the state of the model forwards in time. Continuous models have the advantage over discrete time models in that they are more amenable to algebraic manipulation, although they are slightly harder to implement on a computer. The same as a differential equation model. (05 Dec 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Continuous Time Model

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continuous murmur
continuous phase
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continuous processing
continuous quality improvement
continuous random variable
continuous receiver watch
continuous spectrum
continuous spinal anaesthesia
continuous suture
continuous tense
continuous time model (current term)
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continuum hypothesis

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