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Kahan Discretizations of Skew-Symmetric Lotka-Volterra Systems and Poisson Maps

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Title
Kahan Discretizations of Skew-Symmetric Lotka-Volterra Systems and Poisson Maps
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Mathematical Physics, Analysis and Geometry, July 2021
DOI 10.1007/s11040-021-09399-x
Authors

C. A. Evripidou, P. Kassotakis, P. Vanhaecke

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