GLOBAL STABILITY OF SIR MODEL WITH NONLINEAR INCIDENCE RATE

  • Salinthip Daengkongkho
Keywords: SIR model, Equilibrium point, Nonlinear incidence rate

Abstract

In this paper, we have extended the study of SIR model with nonlinear incidence rate of Sungsuwan & Daengkongkho in 2015 by considering the sufficient conditions for the model’s parameters that will make the disease-free equilibrium point to be global stable. It was found that prevention and control of epidemic condition by controlling the parameters of the infection rate and the recovery rate that is  where  is basic reproduction number.

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Published
2019-10-17
How to Cite
Daengkongkho, S. (2019). GLOBAL STABILITY OF SIR MODEL WITH NONLINEAR INCIDENCE RATE. Life Sciences and Environment Journal, 20(2), 318-326. Retrieved from https://ph01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/psru/article/view/179686
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Research Articles