Student Projects in Maxima Vol 1, Num 3: ODE Systems for Interacting Population Models

Student Projects in Maxima is an online project to disseminate work by undergraduate students using Maxima to reproduce published results in the sciences and social sciences.

Volume 1, Number 3 (2017) is devoted to Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations for non-chaotic predator-prey and other interacting population models



Bhullar, Abhjeet,  Lions, Wildebeest and Zebras

Goodin Aunic, Parasitic Nematodes in Grouse

DeFore, Brandon, Breeding Suppression in Predator-Prey

Jerez, Emilio, Predator-Prey with Hawk and Dove Tactics

Bontrager, Eric, Predator-Prey with Prey Switching

Beatty, Ethan, Analysis of Logistic Growth Models

Rice, Gabriel, Pharmacokinetic Mechanism of Ethanol-Benzodiazepine Interactions

Kay, Ian, Radioactive Isotopes

Wile, Jessica, Ebola in Western Lowlands Gorillas

Bailey, John,  Kinetic Modeling for Interconnected Reactions

Piet, Joe, Elephant and Tree Population Dynamics

Kim, Judy, A Model for West Nile Virus

Kamalaldin, Kamalaldin, Infected Prey in Polluted Environment

Park, Kayla, Ratio-Dependent Predator Prey Model

Lundy, Liam, Predator Prey in a Single Species with Cannibalism

Orwin, Michael, Interactions of Model Neurons

Schultz, Pete, Photosynthetic Oscillations

Wadhwa, Raoul, Dynamics in an Inflammation Model

Del Olmo, Ricardo, Population Growth and Technological Change

Network Model of Cocaine Traffic in Spain Edited

Kill, Sean, A Logistic Model with Varying Carrying Capacity 

McFadden-Keesling, Sophia,  Predator Prey Model with a Refuge

Samson, Tanush,  Lions and Wildebeest Model

Morales, Zach,  Game Theory Models


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