D. Bazeia

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We investigate the population dynamics in generalized Rock-Paper-Scissors models with an arbitrary number of species N. We show, for the first time, that spiral patterns with N-arms may develop both for odd and even N , in particular in models where a bidirectional predation interaction of equal strength between all species is modified to include one(More)
We introduce a family of Rock-Paper-Scissors type models with ZN symmetry (N is the number of species) and we show that it has a very rich structure with many completely different phases. We study realizations which lead to the formation of domains, where individuals of one or more species coexist, separated by interfaces whose (average) dynamics is(More)
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