Microsimulation vs Microstimulation - What's the difference?

microsimulation | microstimulation |


As nouns the difference between microsimulation and microstimulation

is that microsimulation is a form of computerized analysis used to study detailed models while microstimulation is the stimulation of individual nerve cells using a small electric current.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

microsimulation

English

Noun

(wikipedia microsimulation)
  • A form of computerized analysis used to study detailed models.
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    microstimulation

    English

    Noun

    (wikipedia microstimulation) (en noun)
  • The stimulation of individual nerve cells using a small electric current