# Talk:Matlab:Gradual dimming population model

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) at the end of your comment.Can I get a few extra simulations with the below values?

## Contents

## First try

C = 10; % Number of girls contracted by QBe D = 0.01; % Proportion of girls (who are fighting) that die B = 0.1; % Proportion of girls (who are fighting) to become witches F = 0.5; % Proportion of familiars becoming witches K = 0.2; % Proportion of witches getting killed by MSes P = 0.95; % proportion of MSes fightgins T = 0.0001; % Number of MSes turning into witches over time M(1) = 0; % Number of magical girls at first W(1) = 0; % Number of witches at first

## Result

## Second try

C = 10; % Number of girls contracted by QBe D = 0.01; % Proportion of girls (who are fighting) that die B = 0.1; % Proportion of girls (who are fighting) to become witches F = 0.05; % Proportion of familiars becoming witches K = 0.2; % Proportion of witches getting killed by MSes P = 0.95; % proportion of MSes fightgins T = 0.0001; % Number of MSes turning into witches over time M(1) = 0; % Number of magical girls at first W(1) = 0; % Number of witches at first

## Result

## Third try

C = 10; % Number of girls contracted by QBe D = 0.01; % Proportion of girls (who are fighting) that die B = 0.1; % Proportion of girls (who are fighting) to become witches F = 0.5; % Proportion of familiars becoming witches K = 0.2; % Proportion of witches getting killed by MSes P = 0.95; % proportion of MSes fightgins T = 0.01; % Number of MSes turning into witches over time M(1) = 0; % Number of magical girls at first W(1) = 0; % Number of witches at first

## Result

## Another interresting result

Here's another result. Third model, in the case K>B+F. The value at which the system seems to become unstable seems to be around t=0.0003595. I have absolutely no clue about such a behavior ...

Also note that reducing T has the effect of reducing the first gap's length, the others don't seem to vary that much ...