A simple Lotka-Volterra competition simulation.
The Lotka-Volterra model  describes how two species will compete with each other in an ecosystem. It consists of two differential equations describing the dynamics of the population sizes of two species. It has been successfully applied to many other ecosystems as well.
The LotkaVolt application shows the time evolution of the total population of two species of which one (the winner) can grow and the other (the loser) is decreasing over time.
The LotkaVolt application is designed to be user friendly.
It is distributed with the following command line options:
-config – the config.ini file contains a list of simulation parameters.
-help – prints help text and the command line options of the application.
-hills – the number of hill steps to simulate.
-increase – simulates an increase in the total population size.
-decrease – simulates a decrease in the total population size.
-noise – adds random noise to the simulation.
-model – the Lotka-Volterra model definition file.
-rate – the differential rate equations for the two species (in the model “brown93 Fig10.1(d).ini”).
-rate2 – the differential rate equations for the six additional species that may appear in the simulation.
-rate2DB – the differential rate equations for the six additional species that may appear in the simulation.
-restart – reloads the simulation parameters from the config.ini file.
-showall – increases the number of species that are displayed.
-step – simulates the simulation over s steps.
-times – the number of times to repeat the simulation.
-times2 – simulates the simulation over s steps, each eea19f52d2
Voice Mail – Convert Any Voice to MP3
Enables you to create audio files from different text files and convert them to MP3 format.
• Download free speech samples from us.
• Save the converted text file to your computer.
• Convert the converted text file to MP3 format.
• Import new text files to convert into MP3 format.
• Batch conversion.
• Select voices.
• Set the speed of speech.
• Play the MP3 file.
• Export to MP3 format.
• Resume the conversion.
1. Import the text file to be converted:
Select the text file that you want to convert to MP3.
Drag and drop the text file into the box.
• The length of the converted text file is as long as the original file, and it is saved in the same folder.
2. Set the speed of speech:
Set the speed of speech that you want to use to convert the text file:
• H: Very slow speed.
• M: Moderate speed.
• V: Very fast speed.
• N: Never.
• D: Do it on demand.
• E: Enable.
• R: Reset.
• Remove the conversion from the list of conversions.
3. Batch conversion:
Select the number of conversions that you want to do at once:
4. Play the converted text file:
• In the playlist, you will find the newly created converted text files.
• Select the converted text file, and play it.
• You can select multiple files by holding Ctrl and clicking the right mouse button, and clicking the Convert to MP3 button.
5. Export the MP3 file:
• Select the folder where you want to save the converted MP3 file.
• Choose a name for the file.
• Click the Save button to save the file.
• Click the Exit button to exit the program.
In the software box, click the “Free Trial” button to download the software for free and try the software within a limited time.
If you find the trial version unsuitable for your needs, or you wish to register your software, you can download the full version from the publisher’s website.
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