# The explicit series solution of SIR and SIS epidemic models

@article{Khan2009TheES, title={The explicit series solution of SIR and SIS epidemic models}, author={Hina Khan and Ram N. Mohapatra and K. Vajravelu and Shijun Liao}, journal={Appl. Math. Comput.}, year={2009}, volume={215}, pages={653-669} }

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