On the Three Properties of Stationary Populations and knotting with Non-Stationary Populations
We propose three properties that are related to the stationary population identity (SPI) of population biology by connecting it with stationary populations and non-stationary populations which are approaching stationarity. These properties provide deeper insights into cohort formation in real-world populations and the length of the duration for which stationary and non-stationary conditions hold. The new concepts are based on the time gap between the occurrence of stationary and non-stationary populations within the SPI framework that we refer to as Oscillatory SPI and the Amplitude of SPI.
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