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dc.contributor.authorSelezov, I. T.-
dc.contributor.authorKryvonos, I. G.-
dc.contributor.authorMoskovkin, V. M.-
dc.identifier.citationSelezov, I.T. Hopf bifurcation in coastal ecogeosystems / I. T. Selezov, I. G. Kryvonos, V. M. Moskovkin // Cybernetics and Systems Analysis. - 2016. - Vol.52, N4.-P. 546-554. - DOI 10.1007/s10559-016-9856-8. - Refer.: p.
dc.description.abstractThe qualitative theory of differential equations (catastrophe theory) is used to analyze the optimal preservation of the ecological state of an object. As the object, we consider a seacoast that is subject to permanent destruction by waves and is fed to maintain its initial state. We model the maintenance of the equilibrium state of ecological system in some optimal moderu
dc.subjectHopf bifurcationru
dc.subjectcatastrophe theoryru
dc.titleHopf bifurcation in coastal ecogeosystemsru
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