A radially symmetric anti-maximum principle and applications to fishery management models
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For a boundary-value problem of an ordinary differential equation, we prove that the anti-maximum principle holds when the forcing term satisfies an integral inequality. As applications, we consider linear and nonlinear models arising from fishery management problems.
CitationShi, J. (2004). A radially symmetric anti-maximum principle and applications to fishery management models. Electronic Journal of Differential Equations, 2004(27), pp. 1-13.
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