To a Mathematical Model of Economy and Environment Interaction //Mathematical modelling. 2003. V.15. No.4. P.107-121
AbstractThis paper presents new results of mathematical modeling of economy and environment interaction. A model of mutual interaction of livestock farming - one in a two main agricultural branches - and natural pastures that are the essential part of livestock farming forage reserve is proposed. Macrodescription of livestock farming such as: total and vintage number of livestock, number of young animals, livestock outputs and production inputs, demand for credit, and profit - follows from the initial microdescription of rational managing of vintage livestock. This description forms a block "Economy" of the model of mutual interaction of livestock farming and natural pastures - natural vegetable coenoses.
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macromodel; livestock farming; aggregation; vintage livestock; age cohorts; optimal problem; credits; farm; slaughter; integral equation; equilibrium price; steppe ecosystem model; carbon cycle;
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- NEP-PBE-2003-09-24 (Public Economics)
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