Presentation Title

P-35 Coexistence State of Multiple Species of Animals Residing in an Environment

Presenter Information

Joon H. Kang, Andrews University

Presenter Status

Department of Mathematics

Location

Buller Hallway

Start Date

1-11-2013 1:30 PM

End Date

1-11-2013 3:00 PM

Presentation Abstract

Two species of animals are competing in the same environment. Under what conditions do they coexist peacefully? Or under what conditions is either one of the two species become extinct, that is, either one of the two species excluded by the other? It is natural to say that they can coexist peacefully if their reproduction rates and self-limitation rates are relatively larger than those of competition rates. In other words, they can survive if they interacts strongly among themselves and weakly with others. We investigate this phenomena in the mathematical point of view by modeling of a system of Partial Differential Equations.

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P-35 Coexistence State of Multiple Species of Animals Residing in an Environment

Buller Hallway

Two species of animals are competing in the same environment. Under what conditions do they coexist peacefully? Or under what conditions is either one of the two species become extinct, that is, either one of the two species excluded by the other? It is natural to say that they can coexist peacefully if their reproduction rates and self-limitation rates are relatively larger than those of competition rates. In other words, they can survive if they interacts strongly among themselves and weakly with others. We investigate this phenomena in the mathematical point of view by modeling of a system of Partial Differential Equations.