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In this paper, an impulsive state feedback control model of endangered animal protection is investigated. We obtain the sufficient condition for the existence and the stability of the order-1 periodic solution. The theoretical results are verified by the numerical simulations. The results show that simultaneously taking the measures of both population migration and artificial breeding is beneficial to the balanced development of the white-headed langur species in all patches, and can protect the white-headed langur species in vulnerable plaques more effectively.
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Weijian Xu, Guoping Pang, Shidong Chen, Periodic solutions of the white-headed langur protection model with impulsive state feedback control, Journal of Nonlinear Functional Analysis 2015 (2015), Article ID 9.