A Lotka-Volterra-like model of m interacting species which can disperse among n discrete habitats and where species interaction terms involve general unbounded delays is shown to possess a globally stable equilibrium when the undelayed intraspecific competition term dominates interspecific interactions as well as the delayed intraspecific competition effect and when the n habitats are nearly identical.
- AMS (MOS) subject classifications: Primary 34K30, Secondary 35R10, 34K15, 92A15
- Global Stability
- Razumikhin function
- diffusive-delay Lotka-Volterra system
- discrete patches
- infinite delay
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