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Intertemporal Model of Co-Existence of Two Rival Species: A Case of Vampires and Humans Co-Habitation

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This article presents a serious analysis of a ridiculous subject. It provides a new approach to modeling intertemporal interactions between vampires and humans based popular fiction literature, comic books, films and TV series. It is mainly concerned with the following question: would peaceful co-existence of humans and vampires be possible from a scientific point of view? And if so, why do not humans encounter vampires more often. Mathematical modeling enables us to conclude that several popular culture sources outline the models describing plausible and peaceful vampire and human co-existence.

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W. Strielkowski, E. Lisin and E. Welkins, "Intertemporal Model of Co-Existence of Two Rival Species: A Case of Vampires and Humans Co-Habitation," Modern Economy, Vol. 3 No. 7, 2012, pp. 826-831. doi: 10.4236/me.2012.37105.

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