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Basin of Attraction through Invariant Curves and Dominant Functions
We study a second-order difference equation of the form 𝑧ₙ₊₁= 𝑧ₙ𝐹(𝑧ₙ₋₁) + ℎ, where both 𝐹(𝑧) and 𝑧𝐹(𝑧) are decreasing. We consider a set of invariant curves at ℎ = 1 and use it to characterize the behaviour of ...
The eﬀect of maps permutation on the global attractor of a periodic Beverton-Holt model
Consider a p-periodic diﬀerence equation xn+1 = fn(xn) with a global attractor. How does a permutation [fσ(p−1), . . . , fσ(1), fσ(0)] of the maps aﬀect the global attractor? In this paper, we limit this general question ...