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Mathematical Model for the Ebola Virus Disease

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Mathematical modeling for epidemic models are important tools in systems biology. Studying the behavior of diseases models frequently needs some methods of model analysis. The suggested computational tools of model analysis here significantly play in calculating some numerical approximate solutions and also identifying critical model elements. The suggested mathematical model of Ebola virus diseases helps us for further studying and understanding the disease in many ways such as integrate experimental knowledge into a coherent picture, calculating model population of state variables provides suggestions for its future development and identifying critical model parameters in this study is another way to study the model practically and give some suggestions for future improvements of the disease. More interestingly, the results in this project will help international efforts to control the Ebola in countries in West Africa.


Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 2018

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