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The main modes of behavior of a food chain model composed of logistic prey and Holling type II predator and superpredator are discussed in this paper. The study is carried out through bifurcation analysis, alternating between a normal form approach and numerical continuation. The two-parameter...
A number of models have been proposed to describe the spread of infectious diseases of the S-I-R type. Most of them account for variable infectivity levels, and very few incorporate variable susceptibility levels. In the present work, a new epidemic model, called a collective model, is...
A delay-difference model for a sex-structured population with delayed recruitment is presented. Constant-effort harvesting is introduced for examining the model's sensitivity to harvesting. Linear analyses about the steady states are performed under various parameter choices. The effects of the...
A model for DNA or protein sequence evolution is proposed where each position belongs to one of two distinct classes. The two classes evolve at different rates. For a phylogeny on four species, we find a cubic function of 4-tuple occurrence frequencies that is nontrivially invariant no matter...
Stochastic mathematical models of carcinogenesis have been used to quantify cancer risks for about 40 years. As more detailed data of the cancer process are obtained, mathematical models try to incorporate this information and as a result become more complex and sometimes analytically and...
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