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Neimark–Sacker Bifurcation of a Two-Dimensional Discrete-Time Chemical Model

Figure 1

Trajectories of model (3). (a) h = 0.6 with (0.47; 0.42), (b) h = 0.67 with (0.8; 0.8), (c) h = 0.7 with (0.38; 0.38), (d) h = 0.79 with (0.38; 0.38), (e) h = 0.7965 with (0.1; 0.2), (f) h = 0.8 with (0.61; 0.62), (g) h = 0.89 with (0.61; 0.62), (h) h = 0.894 with (0.61; 0.62), (i) h = 0.9 with (0.81; 0.62), (j) h = 0.97 with (0.81; 0.62), (k) h = 1.0 with (0.81; 0.62), and (l) h = 1.08 with (0.81; 0.62).
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