Above you should see the graphs of two interacting
populations, where predators population size is the green graph
and preys pop size is the red graph. The initial values show a stable
interaction between the species (so no one dominates the other)
But changing those values just a little (e.g. reduce prey size to 86.0) can cause the populations cease to
exist. (one population may get dominant and destroy the old equlibrium)
The equations I used are in the literature known as
Lotka-Volterra model, the first mathematical model of interacting
species.
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