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STABILITY ANALYSIS OF A SEIR EPIDEMIC MODEL WITH INFECTIOUS FORCE IN LATENT, INFECTED AND IMMUNE STATES

Author Names : Prof. (Dr.) Sumit Kumar Banerjee
Page No. : 10-13  volume 1 issue 2
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ARTICLE DESCRIPTION: 

Dr. Sumit Kumar Banerjee, Stability Analysis of a SEIR Epidemic Model with Infectious Force in Latent, Infected and Immune States, ASIO Journal of Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics & Applied Sciences (ASIO-JCPMAS), 2016, 1(2): 10-13.

ARTICLE TYPE: Research

dids/doi No.: 03.2016-26169319

dids link:  http://dids.info/didslink/04.2016-81576388/


ABSTRACT:  

In this paper local and global dynamics of a SEIR epidemic model have been studied in which latent, infected and immune states were studied. With the help of basic reproduction rate R0 the conditions for local and global stability of equilibrium points have been derived. Furthermore the condition for global stability of endemic equilibrium point has been derived.

Key words: Epidemic model, Immune state, Reproduction, Global stability, Endemic

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