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- Shigui Ruan, Junjie Wei
- 2003

In this paper, we first establish a basic theorem on the zeros of general tran-scendental functions. Based on the basic theorem, we develop a decomposition technique to investigate the stability of some exponential polynomials, that is, to find conditions under which all zeros of the exponential polynomials have negative real parts. The technique combines… (More)

- ROBERT STEPHEN CANTRELL, Chris Cosner, William F. Fagan, Thomas Mueller, John Beier, Daniel Impoinvil +5 others
- 2012

Juried journal articles: (All co-authorships are considered equal in mathematics and are listed alphabetically unless otherwise specified.) 1. Leadership, social learning, and the maintenance (or collapse) of migratory populations (with

- Junjie Wei, Shigui Ruan
- 1999

A simple neural network model with two delays is considered. Linear stability of the model is investigated by analyzing the associated characteristic transcendental equation. For the case without self-connection, it is found that the Hopf bifurcation occurs when the sum of the two delays varies and passes a sequence of critical values. The stability and… (More)

In this paper, we first study the distribution of the zeros of a third degree exponential polynomial. Then we apply the obtained results to a delay model for the control of testosterone secretion. It is shown that under certain assumptions on the coefficients the steady state of the delay model is asymptotically stable for all delay values. Under another… (More)

- C Cosner, J C Beier, R S Cantrell, D Impoinvil, L Kapitanski, M D Potts +2 others
- Journal of theoretical biology
- 2009

With the recent resurgence of vector-borne diseases due to urbanization and development there is an urgent need to understand the dynamics of vector-borne diseases in rapidly changing urban environments. For example, many empirical studies have produced the disturbing finding that diseases continue to persist in modern city centers with zero or low rates of… (More)

This paper is devoted to the analysis of a mathematical model of blood cells production in the bone marrow (hematopoiesis). The model is a system of two age-structured partial differential equations. Integrating these equations over the age, we obtain a system of two nonlinear differential equations with distributed time delay corresponding to the cell… (More)

A predator-prey system with nonmonotonic functional response is considered. Global qualitative and bifurcation analyses are combined to determine the global dynamics of the model. The bifurcation analysis of the model depending on all parameters indicates that it exhibits numerous kinds of bifurcation phenomena, including the saddle-node bifurcation, the… (More)

- H. L Freedman, Shigui Ruan
- 1994

In this paper, the behavior of a continuous flow in the vicinity of a closed positively .invariant subset in a metric space is investigated. The main theorem in this part in some sense generalizes previous results concerning classification of the flow near a compact invariant set in a locally compact metric space which was described by Ura-Kimura (1960) and… (More)

Hepatitis B is a potentially life-threatening liver infection caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV) and is a major global health problem. HBV is the most common serious viral infection and a leading cause of death in mainland China. Around 130 million people in China are carriers of HBV, almost a third of the people infected with HBV worldwide and about 10%… (More)

We establish the existence of traveling front solutions and small amplitude traveling wave train solutions for a reaction-diffusion system based on a predator-prey model with Holling type-II functional response. The traveling front solutions are equivalent to heteroclinic orbits in R(4) and the small amplitude traveling wave train solutions are equivalent… (More)