Global Stability in Delay Differential Systems without Dominating Instantaneous Negative Feedbacks

@inproceedings{Kuang1995GlobalSI,
  title={Global Stability in Delay Differential Systems without Dominating Instantaneous Negative Feedbacks},
  author={Yang Kuang},
  year={1995}
}
Abstract Most of the global stability or convergence results appearing so far for delayed Lotka-Volterra-type systems or other delay differential systems require that the instantaneous negative feedbacks dominate both delayed feedback and interspecific interactions. Such a requirement is rarely met in real systems since feedbacks are generally delayed. This leads to the long standing question: Under what conditions will the global stability of a nonnegative steady state of a differential delay… CONTINUE READING

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