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Deterministic Stabilization of a Dynamical System using a Computational Approach
( Vol-4,Issue-1,January 2018 )

Author(s):

Isobeye George, Jeremiah U. Atsu, Enu-Obari N. Ekaka-a

Keywords:

Deterministic, stabilization, dynamical system, steady-state solution, changing initial data.

Abstract:

The qualitative behavior of a multi-parameter dynamical system has been investigated. It is shown that changes in the initial data of a dynamical system will affect the stabilization of the steady-state solution which is originally unstable. It is further shown that the stabilization of a five-dimensional dynamical system can be used as an alternative method of verifying qualitatively the concept of the stability of a unique positive steady-state solution. These novel contributions have not been seen elsewhere; these are presented and discussed in this paper.

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10.22161/ijaems.4.1.6

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