The Modeling and Analysis of the Interaction of Neutral Populations and Drug and Gang Populations: A Competing Species Model

  • Art Kazmierczak T. H. E. Institute
Keywords: Drugs, gangs, competing species model, equilibrium solutions, stability at equilibrium solutions

Abstract

Previous work has modeled interaction between neutral citizens and one other population, the drug population, the gang population or the violent police population. Though interesting, these models do not reflect reality, neutral citizens must interact with all three other populations. This paper addresses the interaction between neutral populations and drug, and gang populations. The formulation is based on models of interactions between competing species type dynamics. An exploration of the long-term dynamics and stability of homogeneous equilibrium solutions and their stability is given.

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Published
2020-11-30
How to Cite
Kazmierczak, A. (2020). The Modeling and Analysis of the Interaction of Neutral Populations and Drug and Gang Populations: A Competing Species Model. GPH - International Journal of Mathematics, 3(11), 01-23. Retrieved from http://gphjournal.org/index.php/m/article/view/333