The deterministic model consists of differential equations (DEs) whose solutions rely on parametric values and the initial conditions of state variables [30]. This model is widely employed in environmental management, epidemiology, biomathematics, etc., to describe how dynamic systems function [30]. Basically, the model is formulated based on the competitional model, epidemic model, chaos theory, Lotka-Volterra model, and Logistic growth model.

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