As you might know, the Zeno effect is intuitively expressed as what happens when a system is measured in intervals smaller than the half life of the state it is currently on. As a consequence, the state has a negligible probability of doing a transition and is kept 'stuck' in its current state, making the effective evolution operator the identity.
I don't know an equivalent picture for the Anti-Zeno effect. Under what conditions does it happen and why? does the above picture is merely interpretational or is fully accurate at a fundamental level?