A white-box model of S-shaped and double S-shaped single-species population growth

@inproceedings{Kalmykov2015AWM,
  title={A white-box model of S-shaped and double S-shaped single-species population growth},
  author={Lev V. Kalmykov and V. L. Kalmykov and Markus A. Dahlem},
  booktitle={PeerJ},
  year={2015}
}
Complex systems may be mechanistically modelled by white-box modeling with using logical deterministic individual-based cellular automata. Mathematical models of complex systems are of three types: black-box (phenomenological), white-box (mechanistic, based on the first principles) and grey-box (mixtures of phenomenological and mechanistic models). Most basic ecological models are of black-box type, including Malthusian, Verhulst, Lotka-Volterra models. In black-box models, the individual-based… CONTINUE READING

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