Spatial Models of Population Processes
Molchanov S., Whitmeyer J.
Recent progress has been made on spatial mathematical models of population processes. We review a few of these: the spatial Galton–Watson model, modern versions that add migration and immigration and thereby may avoid the increasing concentration of population into an ever smaller space (clusterization), models involving a random environment, and two versions of the Bolker–Pakala model, in which mortality (or birth rate) is affected by competition.
Modern problems of stochastic analysis and statistics - Selected contributions in honor of Valentin Konakov
Heidelberg : Springer, 2017
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, Moscow University Mathematics Bulletin 2014 Vol. 69 No. 1 P. 37-40
This paper is focused on a multichannel queueing system with heterogeneous servers and regenerative input flow operating in a random environment. The environment can destroy the whole system and the system is reconstructed after that. The necessary and sufficient ergodicity condition is obtained for the system. ...
Added: August 20, 2014