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Title Graph decompositions for demographic loop analysis
Edition Volume 57, Number 2
Call Number
ISBN/ISSN 0303-6812
Author(s) Adams,Michael J.
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Series Title Journal of Mathematical Biology
GMD Electronic Journal
Language English
Publisher Springer Berlin / Heidelberg
Publishing Year 2008
Publishing Place Berlin / Heidelberg
Collation 13p
Abstract/Notes A new approach to loop analysis is presented in which decompositions
of the total elasticity of a population projection matrix over a set of life history
pathways are obtained as solutions of a constrained system of linear equations. In
loop analysis, life history pathways are represented by loops in the life cycle graph,
and the elasticity of the loop is interpreted as a measure of the contribution of the life
history pathway to the population growth rate. Associated with the life cycle graph
is a vector space—the cycle space of the graph—which is spanned by the loops. The
elasticities of the transitions in the life cycle graph can be represented by a vector in
the cycle space, and a loop decomposition of the life cycle graph is then defined to be
any nonnegative linear combination of the loops which sum to the vector of elasticities.
In contrast to previously published algorithms for carrying out loop analysis, we
show that a given life cycle graph admits of either a unique loop decomposition or an
infinite set of loop decompositions which can be characterized as a bounded convex
set of nonnegative vectors. Using this approach, loop decompositions which minimize
or maximize a linear objective function can be obtained as solutions of a linear
programming problem, allowing us to place lower and upper bounds on the contributions
of life history pathways to the population growth rate. Another consequence
of our approach to loop analysis is that it allows us to identify the exact tradeoffs
in contributions to the population growth rate that must exist between life history
pathways.
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