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2021 ◽  
pp. 257-285
Vladimir A. Bushenkov ◽  
Georgi V. Smirnov

Mathematics ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 9 (19) ◽  
pp. 2446
Ruofeng Rao ◽  
Jialin Huang ◽  
Xinsong Yang

By applying impulsive control, this work investigated the global stabilization of a single-species ecosystem with Markovian jumping, a time delay and a Neumann boundary condition. Variational methods, a fixed-point theorem, and Laplacian semigroup theory were employed to derive the unique existence of the global stable equilibrium point, which is a positive number. Numerical examples illuminate the feasibility of the proposed methods.

Ruofeng Rao

In this paper, the author utilizes Saddle Theorem and variational methods to deduce existence of at least six stationary solutions for reaction-diffusion Gilpin-Ayala competition model (RDGACM). To obtain the global stabilization of the positive stationary solution of the RDGACM, the author designs a suitable impulsive event triggered mechanism (IETM) to derive the global exponential stability of the the positive stationary solution. It is worth mentioning that the new mechanism can exclude Zeno behavior and effectively reduce the cost of impulse control through event triggering mechanism. Besides, compared with existing literature, the restrictions on the parameters of the RDGACM are relaxed so that the methods used in existing literature can not be applied to the relaxed case of this paper, and so the author makes comprehensive use of Saddle Theorem, orthogonal decomposition of Sobolev space $H_0^1(\Omega)$ and variational methods to overcome the mathematical difficulty. Numerical examples show the effectiveness of the methods proposed in this paper.

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