# Structured population dynamics

Banach Center Publications (2003)

- Volume: 63, Issue: 1, page 177-186
- ISSN: 0137-6934

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topGlenn F. Webb. "Structured population dynamics." Banach Center Publications 63.1 (2003): 177-186. <http://eudml.org/doc/282476>.

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abstract = {The objective of these lectures is to apply the theory of linear and nonlinear semigroups of operators to models of structured populations dynamics. The mathematical models of structured populations are typically partial differential equations with variables corresponding to such properties of individual as age, size, maturity, proliferative state, quiescent state, phenotype expression, or other physical properties. The main goal is to connect behavior at the individual level to behavior at the population level. Theoretical results from semigroup theory are applied to analyze such population behaviors as extinction, growth, stabilization, oscillation, and chaos.},

author = {Glenn F. Webb},

journal = {Banach Center Publications},

language = {eng},

number = {1},

pages = {177-186},

title = {Structured population dynamics},

url = {http://eudml.org/doc/282476},

volume = {63},

year = {2003},

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TY - JOUR

AU - Glenn F. Webb

TI - Structured population dynamics

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PY - 2003

VL - 63

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SP - 177

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AB - The objective of these lectures is to apply the theory of linear and nonlinear semigroups of operators to models of structured populations dynamics. The mathematical models of structured populations are typically partial differential equations with variables corresponding to such properties of individual as age, size, maturity, proliferative state, quiescent state, phenotype expression, or other physical properties. The main goal is to connect behavior at the individual level to behavior at the population level. Theoretical results from semigroup theory are applied to analyze such population behaviors as extinction, growth, stabilization, oscillation, and chaos.

LA - eng

UR - http://eudml.org/doc/282476

ER -

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