Strange attractors in volterra equations for species in competition
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It is shown that for more than three competing species, Volterra differential equations with “destructive” nonlinear interactions can display numerically complicated asymptotic dynamics.
Key wordsVolterra equations Competing species Strange attractor Chaotic behavior
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