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Brains and Frogs: Structured Population Models
授课人:Kerry Landman
机构:Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences(PIMS)
关键词: Scientific;    Mathematics;    Environmental Science;    Applied Mathematics;   
加拿大|英语
【 摘 要 】
In diverse contexts, populations of cells and animals disperse and invade a spatial region over time. Frequently, the individuals that make up the population undergo a transition from a motile to an immotile state. A steady-state spatial distribution evolves as all the individuals settle. Moreover, there may be multiple releases of motile subpopulation. If so, the interactions between motile and immotile subpopulations may affect the final spatial distribution of the various releases. The development of the brain cortex and the translocation of threatened Maud Island frog are two applications we have considered.
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