Applications of Control Theory in Ecology : Proceedings of the Symposium on Optimal Control Theory held at the State University of New York, Syracuse, New York, August 10-16, 1986
|概要||This volume forms a collection of papers dealing with (1) applications of the Markov decision process to the optimal clutch size layed by insects; (2) optimal life history strategies of annual plants ...using optimal control theory; (3) optimal foraging in a patchy environment, using impulse control theory; (4) extinction of fur seal, using differential games, and (5) evolutionary stable strategies, using a newly developed mathematical theory, based on differential games. Readers, both applied mathematicians and ecologists, interested in mathematical applications in biology and ecology will find fresh approaches to some fundamental questions in ecology and evolution. Basic mathematical skills are required, yet the applications are rather sophisticated.続きを見る|
|目次||Contents: Modelling Behavioral Decisions of Insects
Optimal Reproductive Strategies in Annual Plants
Applications of Optimal Impulse Control to Optimal Foraging Problems
Fur Seal and Blue Whale: The Bioeconomics of Extinction
Predator-Prey Coevolution as an Evolutionary Game.
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