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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science

Simulation modeling of the sensitivity analysis of differential effects of the intrinsic growth rate of a fish population: its implication for the selection of a local minimum

( Vol-4,Issue-1,January 2018 )

Author(s): Nwachukwu Eucharia C., Ekaka-a Enu-Obari N., Atsu Jeremiah U.

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Page No: 029-034
ijaems crossref doiDOI: 10.22161/ijaems.4.1.7


Uncertainty analysis, differential effects, p-norms sensitivity analysis, intrinsic growth rate, local minimum, ODE45.


The vulnerability of the differential effects of the intrinsic growth rates of the fish population on the uncertainty analysis can only be controlled by using the mathematical technique of a sensitivity analysis that is called a local minimum selection method based on a Matlab numerical scheme of ordinary differential equations of order 45 (ODE 45). The quantification of the p-norms sensitivity analysis depends on the application of the 1-norm, 2-norm, 3-norm, 4-norm, 5-norm, 6-norm and infinity-norm. In the context of this study, the best-fit intrinsic growth rate of fish population with a small error has occurred when its value is 0.303 which minimizes the bigger sensitivity values previously obtained irrespective of the p-norm sensitivity values. The novel results which we have obtained have not been seen elsewhere. These results are fully presented and discussed in this study.

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