By Prof. Dr. Werner Krabs, Dr. Stefan Wolfgang Pickl (auth.), M. Beckmann, H. P. Künzi, Prof. Dr. G. Fandel, Prof. Dr. W. Trockel, C. D. Aliprantis, A. Basile, A. Drexl, G. Feichtinger, W. Güth, K. Inderfurth, P. Korhonen, W. Kürsten, U. Schittko, R. Selten,

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ISBN-13: 9783540403272

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J. P. los angeles Salle has built in [20] a balance concept for structures of distinction equations (see additionally [8]) which we introduce within the first bankruptcy in the framework of metric areas. the steadiness idea for such platforms is additionally present in [13] in a touch transformed shape. we begin with independent structures within the first component to bankruptcy 1. After theoretical arrangements we research the localization of restrict units by means of Lyapunov capabilities. utilising those Lyapunov services we will be able to increase a balance concept for self sustaining platforms. If we linearize a non-linear procedure at a hard and fast element we can boost a balance conception for mounted issues which uses the Frechet spinoff on the mounted element. the following subsection bargains with normal linear platforms for which we intro duce a brand new suggestion of balance and asymptotic balance that we undertake from [18]. purposes to numerous fields illustrate those effects. we commence with the classical predator-prey-model as being built and investigated via Volterra that's in accordance with a 2 x 2-system of first order differential equations for the densities of the prey and predator inhabitants, respectively. This version has additionally been investigated in [13] with recognize to balance of its equilibrium through a Lyapunov functionality. right here we contemplate the discrete model of the model.

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I We have to distinguish three cases: Then - 1 < Al ,-') if and only if =1- ec d 2) (~d) 2 ec -2d < 1 ' < 4. - c(a - 7) < o. Then if and only if IAl,212 = 1- ec ec ) < 1 , d + c (a - d ec a< - d e +-d . 23 24 1 Uncontrolled Systems Then ec ec 1 - 2d < Al < 1 a nd 1 - d < A2 < 1. Hence -1 < Al < 1 , if - 1<1- and - 1 < A2 < 1 ,if - 1< 1- 7 <4 7 {::} 7 < 2. ~~ {::} From this we conclude t ha t in all t hree cases IAl ,2 1 < 1 , if a 2ec < d < 4. o Result. There exists exactly one fixed point (x* , y*) E lR~ of fixed point is asympt ot ically stable, if ce f and this 2ec d < a< d < 4.

18) with constant par amet ers a, b, e, d, e, I > 0 and ste p size h > O. Again X n and Yn den ot e the densit ies of t he two pop ulations at time t = n . Both pop ulations grow logisti cally in the abse nce of the other popul ation and t he te rms (h e Ynxn) and (h e xn Yn) describ e the mutual int er act ion. 11:': , Y) ) ) , ( x,. 19) and I : lR 2 --+ lR 2 is a cont inuous mapping. The point (x *, y*)T E lR 2 is a fixed poin t of I with x* and only if b x* + e y* = a , e x * + I y* Let us assu me t hat b] - ee Then x * = a I -de bI - e e and -I- 0 and y* -I- 0, if =d.

Let X be compact and let (fn) nEN be uniformly convergent to some mapping fo : X ----+ X. Then it follows that fo(L p( x)) = L F(X) for all :r E X. Proof 1) At first we show that fo(LF( x)) ~ L F(x) , x E X . Choose x E X and Y E L F(X) ar bit rarily. Since fo is cont inuous, for every e > 0, there exist s some J = J(c:, y) > 0 such that fo(x) E Uc:(fo(Y)) for all x E Ui5 (y ). Uniform convergence of (fn)n EN to fo impli es t he existe nce of some n(c:) N such that fn( x) E Uc:(fo(x)) ~ Uzc:(fo(Y)) for all x E E Ui5(Y) and all n 2: n(c:) .

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