Existence and uniqueness of a stationary distribution of a biological community
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For an integral equation describing stationary distributions of a biological community, we point out conditions on its parameters under which this equation has a unique solution that satisfies necessary requirements for such a distribution.
KeywordsStationary Distribution STEKLOV Institute Strict Inequality Biological Community Admissible Solution
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