Volume2 ,November 2017.
Topic : Mathematical Modelling Of Predator-Prey Equations
Authors:Venkatesha P || Brunda.S, Dhanush.N, Ambresh.V
Abstract:The paper intends theoretical and mathematical aspects of the known predator-prey problem that are considered by relaxing the assumptions that interaction of a predation leads to little or no effect on the growth of the prey population and the prey growth rate parameter is a positive valued function of time. Prototypes may lead to the most engrossing and conspicuous mathematical result but only those prototypes are endurable which can expound envision or regulate the milieus. A variation method is used to build a numerical solution by differential equations. The dependence of amplitude and a frequency of damped vibrations on parameters characterizing the mobility of species is estimated. Derivations and simulation studies are provided in the paper. Analysis of equilibrium points and stability is also included.
Keywords: Mathematical modelling, variation methods, numerical solution, differential equations and Simulations.
Authors: Meenu Manchanda ||
Doi : 01.1617/vol5/iss5/pid14739
Volume3 ,May 2017.