### Raising Accuracy Through Scaling Equations

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**Wed Feb 12, 2020 12:15 pm**Hello,

As mentioned, I wrote a code in Python with scaling equations to increase accuracy of results with Pybullet.

The paper I am using as a reference tells the following : "The scaling of a rigid body

simulation causes a particular effect on the dimension of time. The simulation of a scaled model

has a continuous time scaled run in pseudo real-time."

Where time_scaled = x * time and x is a given number.

I struggle to understand how I can use it in my code. I mean, a second will always be a second no matter what. How can I ''manipulate" time inside of pybullet itself ?

If someone has experience in scaling equations or an idea that could help me, I will be very thankful.

Thanks in advance

As mentioned, I wrote a code in Python with scaling equations to increase accuracy of results with Pybullet.

The paper I am using as a reference tells the following : "The scaling of a rigid body

simulation causes a particular effect on the dimension of time. The simulation of a scaled model

has a continuous time scaled run in pseudo real-time."

Where time_scaled = x * time and x is a given number.

I struggle to understand how I can use it in my code. I mean, a second will always be a second no matter what. How can I ''manipulate" time inside of pybullet itself ?

If someone has experience in scaling equations or an idea that could help me, I will be very thankful.

Thanks in advance