Optimal control for a bacterial chemotaxis system
Chemotaxis is the phenomenon of single cells moving in a directed fashion in reaction to a chemical substance in their environment, e.g., to seek for food. In the seminal paper of Keller and Segel  a mathematical model for bacterial chemotaxis was proposed for the first time. For further information and bibliographical references see Horstmann [87, 88].
KeywordsChemical Substance Coarse Grid Interpolation Error Grid Level Bibliographical Reference
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