This paper is framed in a series of studies on attraction-repulsion chemotaxis models combining different effects: nonlinear diffusion and sensitivities and logistic sources, for the dynamics of the cell density, and consumption and/or production impacts, for those of the chemicals. In particular, herein we focus on the situation where the signal responsible of gathering tendencies for the particles' distribution is produced, while the opposite counterpart is consumed. In such a sense, this research complements the results in Frassu et al. (Math Methods Appl Sci 45:11067-11078, 2022) and Chiyo et al. (Commun Pure Appl Anal, 2023, doi: 10.3934/cpaa.2023047), where the chemicals evolve according to different laws.

Combining effects ensuring boundedness in an attraction-repulsion chemotaxis model with production and consumption

Silvia Frassu;Giuseppe Viglialoro
2023-01-01

Abstract

This paper is framed in a series of studies on attraction-repulsion chemotaxis models combining different effects: nonlinear diffusion and sensitivities and logistic sources, for the dynamics of the cell density, and consumption and/or production impacts, for those of the chemicals. In particular, herein we focus on the situation where the signal responsible of gathering tendencies for the particles' distribution is produced, while the opposite counterpart is consumed. In such a sense, this research complements the results in Frassu et al. (Math Methods Appl Sci 45:11067-11078, 2022) and Chiyo et al. (Commun Pure Appl Anal, 2023, doi: 10.3934/cpaa.2023047), where the chemicals evolve according to different laws.
2023
Chemotaxis; Global existence; Boundedness; Nonlinear production; Consumption; Logistic source
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