HW1 - Identify the models xed point(s). Scale and...

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MATH314, Modeling Realizable Phenomena HW 1 Gidon Eshel, Physics Department, Bard College Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504-5000, x-7232, geshel@bard.edu . Due Thursday 9/16/2010, in hard copy, succinct, typed and neatly printed form. Consider the predator–prey ( N and P , respectively) system (1) dN dt = 0 . 1 N - 0 . 03 NP (2) dP dt = 0 . 01 NP - 0 . 06 P. Explain each term, and the meaning of the whole model.
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Unformatted text preview: Identify the models xed point(s). Scale and nondimensionalize the model with your chosen xed point(s). Identify naturally emerging combined parameters of the model and explain their nature and role. Characterize the model xed point(s) in the new variables. 1...
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