MODELING and ANALYSIS of PREDATORs-PREYs SYSTEMS :
STABILITY , BIFURCATION , CHAOS , COMPLEXITY
A Special Session within the DCDIS 4th Conference
The 4th world's largest gathering of researchers in DynamicsCDIS Engineering Applications and Computational Algorithms will be held in Guelp-Ontario, Canada, on 27-29 July 2005. (see the address below). You are cordially invited to submit a paper to this conference or to the :
MODELING and ANALYSIS of PREDATORs-PREYs SYSTEMS : STABILITY , BIFURCATION , CHAOS , COMPLEXITY .
For the Dynamics-CDI-Systems 4th International Conference, see : DCDIS 4th or here
Renewal interest in biological and ecological modeling appears to have heightened in recent years. The terms quasi-periodic, chaos and strange attractors are becoming familiar to ecologists. The main purpose of this special session is to bring together leading researchers and experts worldwide, to further promote and develop the cutting-edge research on complexity, chaos, bifurcation and stability in mathematical and computational modeling of biological or ecological systems, especially Predator-Prey Systems. Indeed, NONLINEAR DYNAMICS, chaotic and complex systems constitute some of the most fascinating developments of late twentieth century mathematics and physics. The implications have changed our understanding of important phenomena in almost every field of science, including ecology. COMPLEXITY (or the science of complexity) is often used as a shorthand for the field that developed in the late 1980s around the use of mathematical and computational modeling of biological, economic and technological systems known as "complex systems". Therefore, this special session will certainly have broad interest.
Main Topics, Topics of interests include but not limited to :
using tools borrowed from various areas:
This special session will consist of several lectures, 30 minutes each.
We hope you will be able to attend this conference and We are looking forward to meeting you in Guelph this coming July.
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