# Effects of measures on phase transitions in two cooperative Susceptible-Infectious-Recovered (SIR) dynamics

@inproceedings{Khazaee2021EffectsOM, title={Effects of measures on phase transitions in two cooperative Susceptible-Infectious-Recovered (SIR) dynamics}, author={A. M. Khazaee and Fakhteh Ghanbarnejad}, year={2021} }

In recent studies, it has been shown that a cooperative interaction in a co-infection spread can lead to a discontinuous transition at a decreased threshold. Here, we investigate effects of immunization with a rate proportional to the extent of the infection on phase transitions of a cooperative coinfection. We use mean-field approximation to illustrate how measures that remove a portion of the susceptible compartment, like vaccination, with high enough rates can change discontinuous…

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