An Introduction to Mathematical Biology by Linda J.S. Allen PDF

By Linda J.S. Allen

ISBN-10: 0130352160

ISBN-13: 9780130352163

KEY BENEFIT: This reference introduces various mathematical versions for organic platforms, and provides the mathematical concept and strategies invaluable in examining these versions. fabric is equipped in keeping with the mathematical thought instead of the organic program. comprises purposes of mathematical thought to organic examples in each one bankruptcy. specializes in deterministic mathematical types with an emphasis on predicting the qualitative answer habit over the years. Discusses classical mathematical types from inhabitants , together with the Leslie matrix version, the Nicholson-Bailey version, and the Lotka-Volterra predator-prey version. additionally discusses more moderen types, corresponding to a version for the Human Immunodeficiency Virus - HIV and a version for flour beetles. KEY MARKET: Readers seeking a fantastic heritage within the arithmetic at the back of modeling in biology and publicity to a wide selection of mathematical types in biology.

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Ions f; are real valued. 22) are real becau se the funct n = 2, a 1 = -Tr( J) and a 2 = det(J ). asym ptotic stability are The condi tions that must be satisfied for local condi tions ensur e that the know n as the Jury condi tions or the Jury test. These y IA;I < 1. 22) satisf di, 1999). 22) satisfy deriv ed neces sary and sufficient condi tions so that (1964, 1971, 1974) simplified IA;I < 1 when the coefficients aj are complex. Jury when the coefficients aj are some of the condi tions deriv ed by Schur and Cohn Howe ver, the Jury condi tions real.

This prope name "Liapunov" refers to sign of what is known as a Liapunov exponent. The d Lyapunov). One definithe Russian mathematician A. M. , 1996). An eventually integers p and N such that x 0 having the prope rty that there exist positive d. Othe r definitions of chaos f+P(xo) = f(xo) for all t 2 N, where pis the perio . 2000) di, require additional conditions on f (Elay dence on initial condiFirst, we give a precise definition of sensitive depen exponent. tions. it is clear from the previous derivation that when A(x0 ) > o, 2.

7 Bifurcation Theory 57 ry, and Examples Chapter 2 Nonlinear Difference Equations, Theo I. saddle node (or tang ent) II. pitchfork III. 8 and III), At the first three types of bifurcations (I, II, f'(x( r)) = 1. 2 00 At a period-doubling bifurcation (IV), ,. 9 20 15 10 5 0 . b1furcat1ons can be illus equilibria or cycYe:~~ is a graph ~f the stable and unstable ~ ::~;~atzonfdtzheagram · · h The x(r) para mete r r ' c rnn t'o onzo nta1 axis represents values of . 10. ifur of all of the o c~rve. e ~o~r ~ypes th the bifurcation point, (0 , x(O)) = (0 , 0) .

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