The Geometric Approach to Global Stability in Behavioral Epidemiology View Full Text


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DATE

2012-11-28

AUTHORS

Bruno Buonomo , Alberto d’Onofrio , Deborah Lacitignola

ABSTRACT

Three behavioral-epidemic models (i.e., epidemic systems including feedbacks (FB) that the information about an infectious disease has on its spreading) are introduced. Two relevant FB are explicitly considered: the pseudo-rational exemption to vaccination and the information-related changes in contact patterns by healthy subjects. The global stability analysis of the endemic states is performed by means of the geometric approach to stability, with particular focus on a model of vaccination of adult susceptible subjects. Biological implications of the results are discussed. More... »

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289-308

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