Dynamical behavior of an epidemiological model with a demographic Allee effect

@article{Usaini2017DynamicalBO,
  title={Dynamical behavior of an epidemiological model with a demographic Allee effect},
  author={Salisu Usaini and Alun L. Lloyd and Roumen Anguelov and Salisu M. Garba},
  journal={Mathematics and Computers in Simulation},
  year={2017},
  volume={133},
  pages={311-325}
}
As the Allee effect refers to small density or population size, it cannot be deduced whether or not the Allee mechanisms responsible for an Allee effect at low population density or size will affect the dynamics of a population at high density or size as well. We show using susceptible–exposed–infectious (SEI) model that such mechanisms combined with disease pathogenicity have a detrimental impact on the dynamics of a population at high population level. In fact, the eventual outcome could be… CONTINUE READING

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