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Two-Scale Network Epidemic Dynamic Model for Vector Borne Diseases
Proceedings of Dynamic Systems and Applications
  • Divine Wanduku, Georgia Southern University
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publication Date
1-1-2016
Disciplines
Abstract
A SIRS delayed epidemic dynamic model for a vector-borne disease in a two-scale network structured dynamic population is presented. The distributed time delay represents the varying incubation period of the disease. The epidemic dynamic process is influenced by a two-scale network human mobility dynamic process. The global asymptotic stability results for the system and the significance of the results to the general disease dynamic process are presented. The results are exhibited in different special real life scenarios. The presented results are demonstrated by numerical simulation results
Citation Information
Wanduku, Divine. 2016. "Two-Scale Network Epidemic Dynamic Model for Vector Borne Diseases." Proceedings of Dynamic Systems and Applications.
source:http://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/math-sci-facpubs/385