A Note on `A Generalized Two-sex Logistic Model'
Journal of Biological Dynamics
We re-visit the recently published paper on a generalization of the two-sex logistic model by Maxin and Sega [A generalized two-sex logistic model, J. Biol. Dyn. 7(1) (2013), pp. 302-318]. We show that the logistic assumption of a non-increasing birth rate can be replaced by a more general assumption of a non-increasing ratio between the female/male birth and mortality rate. In this note we indicate the changes necessary in the proofs of the theorems in [D. Maxin and L. Sega, A generalized two-sex logistic model, J. Biol. Dyn. 7(1) (2013), pp. 302–318] and discuss several situations where this new assumption is useful.
Maxin, D. and Sega, L., "A Note on `A Generalized Two-sex Logistic Model'" (2015). Mathematics and Computer Science Faculty Publications. Paper 26.
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