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Markov chain models for forest successions in the Erzgebirge, Germany B Benabdellah, KF Albrecht, VL Pomaz, EA Denisenko, DO Logofet Ecological Modelling 159 (2-3), 145-160, 2003 | 39 | 2003 |

Structure and dynamics of a clonal plant population: Classical model results in a non-classic formulation DO Logofet, NG Ulanova, IN Klochkova, AN Demidova Ecological Modelling 192 (1-2), 95-106, 2006 | 36 | 2006 |

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Projection matrices in variable environments: λ1 in theory and practice DO Logofet Ecological modelling 251, 307-311, 2013 | 29 | 2013 |

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Leslie model revisited: some generalizations to block structures AI Csetenyi, DO Logofet Ecological Modelling 48 (3-4), 277-290, 1989 | 28 | 1989 |

Modelling of matter cycle in a mesotrophic bog ecosystem II. Dynamic model and ecological succession DO Logofet, GA Alexandrov Ecological modelling 21 (4), 259-276, 1984 | 28 | 1984 |

Complexity in matrix population models: polyvariant ontogeny and reproductive uncertainty DO Logofet Ecological Complexity 15, 43-51, 2013 | 26 | 2013 |

Adaptation on the ground and beneath: does the local population maximize its λ1? DO Logofet, NG Ulanova, IN Belova Ecological complexity 20, 176-184, 2014 | 23 | 2014 |

Three sources and three constituents of the formalism for a population with discrete age and stage structures DO Logofet Matematicheskoe modelirovanie 14 (12), 11-22, 2002 | 23 | 2002 |

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