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A condition of the existence of stable positive steadystate solutions for a one predator two prey system


This paper provides a natural condition of the existence of stable positive steadystate solutions for the one predator two prey system.


A boundary element method for a nonlinear boundary value problem in steadystate heat transfer in dimension three


In this paper, a new method of boundary reduction is proposed, which reduces the steadystate heat transfer equation with radiation.


This paper deals with the steady state bifurcation of the KS equation in two spatial dimensions with periodic boundary value condition and of zero mean.


With the increase of parameter α, the steady state bifurcation behaviour can be very complicated.


The asymptotic expressions of the steady state solutions bifurcated from the trivial solution near α=2 and α=5 are given.


The discrimination conditions of the existence of the nonzero steady states are given.


The positional relationship of the multiple steady states on the plane is discussed when multiple steady states and multiple growth paths exist.


Steady states of the dynamical system representing fishery are derived and their local, as well as global, stability is discussed.


Using a supplementary variable method, the steadystate solutions for some queueing and reliability measures of the system are obtained.


The forest EF per capita kept a steady status, while the forest production footprint (FPF) and forest export footprint (FEF) decreased.


Preferential flow accelerates the steady infiltration rate in the 83110 cm soil horizon, and the quickly moving water in this horizon also enhanced the further formation and development of preferential flow.


tabulaeformis and environmental factors were measured using a portable steady porometer (Li1600) and a speedy weight method (BP3400) during a representative fine day in the growing season of 2004.


The velocity distribution at the outlet of the electric supercharger is determined by hotwire anemometry under various rotation speeds in steady state.


The kinematics of steady forward swimming of Gymnarchus niloticus is described.


The experiment proved that the micromotor worked with a steady speed and a low ripple of pullout torque.


Under this control, the steady value of the lateral acceleration is obviously diminished and the yaw angular velocity changes little under any vehicle velocity.


The intrinsic disadvantages of steadystate techniques are countered by using timeresolved techniques.


The Nernst equation in equilibrium and the MichaelisMenten relation in steady state were derived from the twostate kinetic model.

