Applied Impulsive Mathematical Models

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Springer, May 5, 2016 - Science - 318 pages

Using the theory of impulsive differential equations, this book focuses on mathematical models which reflect current research in biology, population dynamics, neural networks and economics. The authors provide the basic background from the fundamental theory and give a systematic exposition of recent results related to the qualitative analysis of impulsive mathematical models. Consisting of six chapters, the book presents many applicable techniques, making them available in a single source easily accessible to researchers interested in mathematical models and their applications. Serving as a valuable reference, this text is addressed to a wide audience of professionals, including mathematicians, applied researchers and practitioners.

 

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Contents

2 Basic Theory
11
3 Impulsive Biological Models
41
4 Impulsive Models in Population Dynamics
113
5 Impulsive Neural Networks
206
6 Impulsive Models in Economics
271
References
298
Index
315
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