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Monotone/Competitive dynamical systems, fall 2009

The course gives a brief introduction to the basic theory for monotone (cooperative) and
competitive dynamical systems, as well as their many applications to population dynamics
described by ODEs, DDEs and reaction-diffusion systems. This is an excellent opportunity
for advanced undergraduates and graduate students to get acquainted with an exciting
area, with a host of mathematically interesting and intrinsically hard problems and with
results also applicable to understand biological phenomena.

Lecturer

Yi Wang

Scope

cu.

Type

Advanced studies.

Prerequisites

differential equations, linear algebra, fundamental functional analysis

Lectures

7.-23.10. (3 weeks), Wednesday 12-14 in room B321, Friday 14-16 in room B322.

Exams

Bibliography

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