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Furthermore, solutions that start from a value above K stay above K: I(0) > K =⇒ I(t) > K. If 0 < I(t) < K, then f (I) > 0, which means that dI dt > 0. This means that the solutions in that interval are increasing functions of time. Since I(t) is increasing and bounded, it follows that I(t) converges to a finite limit as t → ∞. To deduce the behavior of the derivative, we use the following corollary. 1 (Thieme ). Assume that f (t) converges as t → ∞. Assume also that f (t) is uniformly continuous.
Assume that f (t) converges as t → ∞. Assume also that f (t) is uniformly continuous. Then f (t) → 0 as t → ∞. 10) below) that the second derivative ddt 2I is continuous and bounded. Hence, the corollary above implies that I (t) → 0 and the limit of I(t), say L, satisfies the equilibrium equation f (L) = 0. This implies that L = 0 or L = K. Since I(t) is positive and increasing, we have I(t) → K as t → ∞. If I(0) > K, then I(t) > K for all t. Thus, dI dt < 0, and I(t) is decreasing and bounded below by K.
We illustrate these two situations in Fig. 8. g( I) 30 30 g( I) 25 25 20 20 15 15 10 10 5 5 2 4 6 8 10 I 2 α 4 6 8 10 I α . Left: the existence of two β intersections for positive I, giving two positive equilibria. Right: no intersections of the function α g(I) and the horizontal line y = . Thus, there are no positive equilibria β Fig. 2 Bistability To decide the stability of equilibria, we have to derive the sign of f (I ∗ ) for each equilibrium I ∗ . That may not be an easy task to do analytically.