Dynamic Models of Macrosystems with Self-Reproduction and Their Application to the Analysis of Regional Systems
A class of macrosystems is considered which involves the self-reproduction and redistribution of macrosystem elements. It is assumed that the relaxation time of the self-reproduction process significantly exceeds that of the redistribution process. The mathematical model of this macrosystem is used to study the evolution of a regional system consisting of centers linked by a network. The bifurcation of critical points of such a system is investigated.
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Volume (Year): 27 (1993)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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