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uniformpersistenceandglobalattractivityfornonautonomouscompetitivessystemswithdispersion
Song Xinyu1; Chen Lansun2
2002
Source Publicationjournalofsystemsscienceandcomplexity
ISSN1009-6124
Volume15Issue:3Pages:307
AbstractIn this paper, we consider a nonautonomous competitive model with dispersion and a finite number of discrete delays. The system, which consists of two Lotka-Volterra patches, has two competitors: one can disperse between the two patches, but the other is confined to one patch and cannot disperse. Our purpose is to demonstrate that the dispersion rates have no effect on the uniform persistence of the solutions of the system. Furthermore, we establish the conditions under which the system admits a positive periodic solution which attracts all solutions.
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.amss.ac.cn/handle/2S8OKBNM/36969
Collection中国科学院数学与系统科学研究院
Affiliation1.Department of Mathematics, Xinyang Teachers College
2.中国科学院数学与系统科学研究院
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Song Xinyu,Chen Lansun. uniformpersistenceandglobalattractivityfornonautonomouscompetitivessystemswithdispersion[J]. journalofsystemsscienceandcomplexity,2002,15(3):307.
APA Song Xinyu,&Chen Lansun.(2002).uniformpersistenceandglobalattractivityfornonautonomouscompetitivessystemswithdispersion.journalofsystemsscienceandcomplexity,15(3),307.
MLA Song Xinyu,et al."uniformpersistenceandglobalattractivityfornonautonomouscompetitivessystemswithdispersion".journalofsystemsscienceandcomplexity 15.3(2002):307.
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