Published July 30, 2005
by World Scientific Publishing Company .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||612|
This book, which is divided into 23 chapters, provides updated research results in the area of human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) modelling. Topics covered include: AIDS epidemic models; vaccine models; models for HIV/cell dynamics and interactions; cellular kinetics; viral dynamics with antiviral treatment; and modelling of drug resistance Cited by: In this chapter, we have developed stochastic models for subsets of CD4 (+) T cells, CD8 (+) T cells and B cells under various conditions, including AIDS vaccination and HIV infection. We have used these models to generate some Monte Carlo data to assess both the prophylactic effects and the therapeutic effects of AIDS vaccines. Request PDF | Deterministic and stochastic models of AIDS epidemic and HIV infections with intervention | With contributions from an international team of leading researchers, the book pulls. Deterministic and Stochastic Models of AIDS Epidemics and HIV Infections with Intervention, pp. () No Access A BRANCHING PROCESS MODEL OF DRUG RESISTANT HIV H. Zhou.
New Book Deterministic And Stochastic Models Of Aids Epidemics And Hiv Infections With Intervention. Recent studies have demonstrated that the latent infection is a major obstacle to the viral elimination in HIV infection process. In this paper, we formulate a stochastic HIV infection model to include both latent infection and combination drug : Jun Liu, Yan Wang, Luju Liu, Tingting Zhao. In spite of the existing treatment in the model, Fig. 2(i) shows that the variables of state infective H 1, H 2 and W H are increasing. The epidemic of HIV/AIDS is invading if R 0 τ is greater than one. Similar results are obtained with the same values of parameters for the model in Fig. 2(ii).. Fig. 3 shows that two stochastic models and are approximately the same when R 0 τ = 4, > by: 8. We use a technique from engineering (Xia and Moog, in IEEE Trans. Autom. Contr. 48(2)–, ; Jeffrey and Xia, in Tan, W.Y., Wu, H. (Eds.), Deterministic and Stochastic Models of AIDS Epidemics and HIV Infections with Intervention, ) to investigate the algebraic identifiability of a popular three-dimensional HIV/AIDS dynamic model containing six unknown Cited by:
Needless to say, both deterministic and stochastic epidemic models have their important roles to play. However, the focus in the present paper is on stochastic epidemic models. In the present paper we will study a fairly simple class of stochastic epidemic models in a Cited by: to appear in "Deterministic and Stochastic Models for AIDS Epidemics and HIV Infection with Interventions" A Class of Methods for HIV Contact Tracing in Cuba: Implications for Intervention and Treatment. Y. H. Hsieh1 H. de Arazoza2 R. Lounes 3 J. Joanes4 Abstract A class of four linear and nonlinear diﬁerential equations models is given to. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Ch. 1. Mathematical models for HIV transmission among injecting drug users / Vincenzo Capasso and Daniela Morale --Ch. tion of HIV infection and seroconversion probabilities in IDU and non-IDU populations by state space models / Wai-Yuan Tan, Li-Jun Zhang . Get this from a library! Deterministic and stochastic models of AIDS epidemics and HIV infections with intervention. -- With contributions from an international team of leading researchers, the book pulls together updated research results in the area of HIV/AIDS modeling .