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From: Modeling plant virus propagation with Filippov control

Figure 12

Global dynamics in Case C.3. (A1\(E_{p2}\) is globally asymptotically stable. \(Y_{c}=10.1\), \(I_{c}=17.4\). \(\varSigma _{3}\) does not exist. (A2\(E_{p2}\) is globally asymptotically stable. \(Y_{c}=10.5\), \(I_{c}=17\). \(\varSigma _{3}=\{(Y,I)\in \varOmega _{2}: I_{c}< I< g_{2}\}\). (B1\(E_{1}^{R}\) is globally asymptotically stable. \(Y_{c}=11\), \(I_{c}=24\). \(\varSigma _{3}\) does not exist. (B2\(E_{1}^{R}\) is globally asymptotically stable. \(Y_{c}=11\), \(I_{c}=19\). \(\varSigma _{3}=\{(Y,I)\in \varOmega _{2}: I_{c}< I< g_{2}\}\). (A2) and (B2) are omitted here

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