A Study of the Zoonotic Infectious Disease Model
Abstract: This paper established a zoonotic infectious disease model with livestock population containing latent period and there is infectiousness in the latent period. The model considered the influence of strain variation for human and controlling the disease through hunting of the livestock with disease. We also discussed the stability of the disease-free equilibrium and the basic reproduction number of the system. By means of computer simulation, this paper studied the impact of parameters such as hunting coefficient, immune, etc. on diseases.
文章引用: 张丽娟 , 王福昌 , 赵宜宾 (2016) 一类人畜共患的传染病模型的研究。 运筹与模糊学， 6， 85-92. doi: 10.12677/ORF.2016.63011
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