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A Study Of Effects Of Disease Caused Death In A Simple Epidemic Model
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Dr. Sunil Kumar Singh, Dr. Shekh Aqeel
Mathematical modeling, Population size , Birth- rate , Death- rate & Infection rate
This paper is concerned with various effects of disease caused death on the host population in an epidemic model of SIR type. Various effects of disease caused death on the host population are studied in this epidemic model. The basic problem discussed in this paper is to be describing the spread of an infection caused death within a population. It is further assumed that there is no substantial development of immunity and that removed infectious are in effect cured of disease. The rate of natural birth and death is assumed to be balanced.
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