# A class of solutions of the asymmetric May-Leonard model

@inproceedings{Calogero2021ACO, title={A class of solutions of the asymmetric May-Leonard model}, author={Francesco Calogero and F. Payandeh}, year={2021} }

The asymmetric May-Leonard model is a prototypical system of 3 nonlinearly coupled first-order Ordinary Differential Equations with second-degree polynomial right-hand sides. In this short paper we identify a class of special solutions of this system which do not seem to have been previously advertised in spite of their rather elementary character.

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