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Lotka-Volterra Population Biology Models with Negative Feedback and their Ecological Monitoring

@inproceedings{Vaidyanathan2015LotkaVolterraPB,
  title={Lotka-Volterra Population Biology Models with Negative Feedback and their Ecological Monitoring},
  author={Sundarapandian Vaidyanathan},
  year={2015}
}
Lotka-Volterra population biology models are important models that describe the interaction between various biological species considered as predator-prey system. This work describes a Lotka-Volterra population biology model with negative feedback. We show that for this biological model, the predator and prey species have stable coexistence. Then we shall propose ecological monitoring of the population biology model by constructing a nonlinear exponential observer for the population biology… 

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