Local information access may cause a chaos in migration
Michael G. Sadovsky, Maria Yu. Senashova
Institute of Computational Modelling, SB RAS, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
A novel model of the targeted migration of a population separated into two subpopulations is proposed. The model is implemented for the local information access. Migration is not random and yields the maximization of a net reproduction, in general; specific version of this general rule is proposed. The local information access means the total lack of knowledge on the environmental conditions and transfer cost at the immigration station, for beings occupying the given station. Various regimes for the models are studied. A reciprocal chaotic-like migrations may take place, for some reasonable parameters figures.
recurrent equation, optimality, stability, model.
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Received in revised form: 10.11.2012
Michael G. Sadovsky, Maria Yu. Senashova, “Local information access may cause a chaos in migration”, J. Sib. Fed. Univ. Math. Phys., 6:1 (2013), 105–113
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