Apr 6, 2015

Simulation of population development in the predator-prey system under changing conditions of interaction

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Alexandr N. Tetearing

Abstract

The numerical models of populations behaviour, simulated under changing condition of populations interaction (the hungry or full-fed populations, the existence of persons in the personal areas or in the common territory), demonstrate the increase, reduction or damping of oscillations amplitude, that corresponds qualitatively to known experimental data, obtained for real population of bacteria.

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