Mathematical analysis of models describing infectious disease

April 13, 2021


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  • Assoc. Prof. SASAKI Toru




Research


Mathematical analysis of models describing infectious disease


Propagation of an infectious disease in a population, and the dynamics of density of pathogen in vivo are investigated by using mathematical models. Those mathematical models are consist of systems of functional equations, such as ordinary differential equations and partial differential equations. For example, in the case of spread of infectious disease, a susceptible becomes an infectious by a contact with an infectious, and the numbers of susceptible and infectious agents change. The numbers as unknown variables satisfy functional equations. If the population is uniformly mixing, then the equations are ordinary differential equations. If age-structure or spatial diffusion is considered, then the equations are partial differential equations. We investigate those models in a mathematical point of view, and develop the method of analysis for those models.





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  • Assoc. Prof. SASAKI Toru

  • Mathematical Analysis of Models, Okayama University

  • Email:sasaki@(@ems.okayama-u.ac.jp)




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