Modelling complex hemiclonal population systems

Marina Kravchenko, Anton Leonov, Quentin Mair, Julian Newman, Kirill Rukkas, Dimitry Shababnov, Marina Vladymyrova, Grygoriy Zholtkevych

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    Abstract

    The Article is focused on the research of conjoint interdisciplinary
    and international project in the field of comlex systems on the example of the
    research of hemiclonal population systems (HPS). HPS is a special level of
    biosystems organization. The main difference between population and HPS is
    that they include individuals of different species and interspecific hybrids.
    These systems have not been studied yet. The Article deals with the three types
    of imitation models for the research of HPS. Multiagent approach has been
    applied for the last model. It has been implemented by the use of cluster. The
    Article proposes the method for resource distribution at the nodes of clusters.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusUnpublished - Jun 2013

    Keywords

    • hemiclonal population systems
    • water frogs
    • pelophylax esculentus
    • biosystem
    • simulation

    Cite this

    Kravchenko, M., Leonov, A., Mair, Q., Newman, J., Rukkas, K., Shababnov, D., Vladymyrova, M., & Zholtkevych, G. (2013). Modelling complex hemiclonal population systems.