Modelling the transmission dynamics of Nipah virus with optimal control

  title={Modelling the transmission dynamics of Nipah virus with optimal control},
  author={B. I. Omede and PO Ameh and Andrew Omame and Bolarinwa Bolaji},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science},
  • B. OmedeP. Ameh B. Bolaji
  • Published 7 October 2020
  • Mathematics
  • Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science
A deterministic mathematical model is formulated and analyzed to study the transmission dynamics of Nipah virus both qualitatively and numerically. Existence and stability of equilibria were investigated and the model was rigorously analyzed. We then incorporated time dependent controls on the model, using Pontryagin's Maximum Principle to derive necessary conditions for the optimal control of the disease. We examined various combination strategies so as to investigate the impact of the… 
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