Dynamics analysis of periodically forced Filippov Holling II prey-predator model with Integrated Pest Control

Lirong Liu, Changcheng Xiang, Guangyao Tang
2019 IEEE Access  
A novel periodically forced Filippov Holling II prey-predator model by applying threshold policy control (TPC) and integrated pest management (IPM) strategies is proposed, and the periodic forcing is described as a Fourier series with different forcing terms. Our work is aim to address how periodic forcing affects dynamic behaviors of the proposed system and to reasonably realize pest control. Based on the above considerations, the relations between sliding region and sliding periodic solution
more » ... periodic solution of the Filippov system are analyzed. Then, the existence conditions of sliding periodic solution and its global stability are addressed. Further, numerical investigations related to bifurcation analysis of crucial parameters including the amplitude of forcing terms, economic threshold (ET ) and the frequency of forcing terms are discussed. More importantly, the real biological implications are also addressed. Our results show that the globally stable sliding periodic solution could always lie in the sliding region, which indicates that the density of pest populations cannot reach and exceed the economic injury level (EIL), namely, the pest control is successful. Moreover, the results reveal that various complex dynamics of the Filippov system contains multiple attractors coexistence, switching transients and chaotic phenomena. In addition, the attraction basins of the coexisting attractors reveal that these two populations could be monitored and tracked carefully for the successful pest control, which depends on their initial density. INDEX TERMS Holling II prey-predator system, periodic forces, pest control, bifurcation analysis, multiple attractors coexistence, switching transients. VOLUME 7, 2019 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License. For more information, see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2934600 fatcat:t2bgfwbk4fhabgdbo4i4rjcwue