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FUZZY DIFFERENTIAL SYSTEMS AND THEIR APPLICATION FOR MATHEMATICAL MODELING IN ECOLOGY
Butusov Oleg Borisovich, doctor of physical and mathematical sciences, professor, sub-department of mathematics, Moscow Polytechnic University (107023, 38 B. Semenovskaya street, Moscow, Russia), E-mail: email@example.com
Fuzzy differential systems (FDS) are systems for which modelling fuzzy differential equations (FDE) are used. The development and practical application of mathematical models of FDS is an important and urgent practical task, since it is caused by the need for mathematical description of systems with unknown or poorly defined parameters. The main goal of the work: the development and application of the theory of FDS to solve environmental problems. Private objective: based on the Verhulst logistic model, develop a fuzzy differential model of forest biomass dynamics using the concept of virtual negative biomass flow, which can be used to model forest degradation processes under the influence of anthropogenic (including technogenic) factors.
fuzzy derivative, fuzzy differential equations, modified Verhulst equation, virtual negative biomass flow, interval arithmetic, environmental systems quality, environmental monitoring
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