The mathematical model is proposed to simulate the dynamics of rabies transmissions in the raccoon population where juveniles stay with their mother and become adults until they establish their own habitats. The basic reproduction number of rabies transmission is formulated and is shown to be a threshold value of disease invasion. The bifurcation direction from the disease-free equilibrium is proved...
In this paper we model and analyze the hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection in a diffusion model confined to a finite domain, induced by intracellular time delay between infection of a cell and production of new virus particles. The equilibrium solutions are obtained and the stability is analyzed if the space is assumed as homogeneous. When the space is inhomogeneous, the effects of diffusion and intracellular...
A mathematical model is proposed to simulate the hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection with spatial dependence. The existence of traveling waves is established via the geometric singular perturbation method. Numerical simulations show that the model admits non-monotone traveling profiles. Influences of various parameters on the minimum wave speed are also discussed.
An innovation diffusion model is studied which describes the dynamics of three competing products in one market. A complete analysis for the global stability of equilibria of the model is given by excluding the existence of periodic solutions and using the theory of three-dimensional competition systems.
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