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Ou Th' . used to model o ulaI~ agam r. is latter ~quation has frequently been p p _ )] · l ti~n dynamics. A funct10n of the type f(x) = x exp[r (l x is mow n as a . ree c~assical pape~s that. discuss some of the mathrx (1 ) h ld b. e s10nal maps, mcludmg the equat ion x t+1 -- X1 , s ou one- 1men t d Th me t' an), Li and Yorke (19~51)o~:d M:se paper s are by Sharkov~~ii (1964, in Russi ematician who math an Russi a was y (1975). AN. Sharkovskn . , ing lies at the order i's ovski Shark rs. 7 Bifurcation Theory ples dividing by t, and lettin f : large t.
14) dy = ay(1 K ' dt rate and K > 0 is the carrying wher e a > 0 is know n as the intrinsic grow th 0, solutions appro ach the carrycapacity. For positive initial conditions, y(O) > will be discussed in more detai l ing capacity, lim 1__,ooy(t) = K. This equa tion Chap ter 5. One appro xima tion when conti nuou s time models are intro duce d in rence equa tion often refer red of the logistic differential equa tion leads to a diffe discrete logistic equa tion is disto as the discrete logistic equation.
Whe n the pred ator is prese expo nenti ally in the absen ce of the decreases. The pred ator popu latio n decre ases prey, the pred ator popu latio n prey, Yt+l = by1, but in the prese nce of the for the prey popu latio n to beco me increases. Note that it is possi ble for solutions ions are very impo rtant for a realnega tive if x 1 or y1 are large. Nonn egati ve solut this simp le mode l only to illust rate istic mode l of prey and preda tor. Here , we use equilibria: (0, 0), (a - 1, 0), and the local stability criteria.