There is perhaps a way to make the Hubbert Linearization of the logistic more general. This is an excerpt from our Mathematical GeoEnergy book

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This formulation has at least some resemblance to path integral transforms that many people on this forum are likely familiar with. So perhaps we can leverage some other ideas on this front.

The fact that the time-dependent aspect is missing from Hubbert Linearization is perhaps a result of the distinction between autonomous (which describes the logistic) and non-autonomous differential equations. I don't think that this topic has been covered anywhere on this forum so it may be worth a new category.

![](https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img922/3681/nuO0WV.png)

This formulation has at least some resemblance to path integral transforms that many people on this forum are likely familiar with. So perhaps we can leverage some other ideas on this front.

The fact that the time-dependent aspect is missing from Hubbert Linearization is perhaps a result of the distinction between autonomous (which describes the logistic) and non-autonomous differential equations. I don't think that this topic has been covered anywhere on this forum so it may be worth a new category.