Mathematical Modeling Applied to Understand the Dynamical Behavior of HIV Infection
The study of viral dynamics of HIV/AIDS has resulted in a deep understanding of host-pathogenesis of HIV infection from which numerous mathematical modeling have been derived. Most of these models are based on nonlinear ordinary differential equations.
In Bangladesh, the rate of increase of HIV infection comparing with the other countries of the world is not so high. Bangladesh is still considered to be a low prevalent country in the region with prevalence < 1% among MARP (Most at risk populations).
In this paper, Sontosh Kumar Sahani and M. Haider Ali Biswashave presented the current situation of HIV infection in Bangladesh. They also discussed the mathematical representation of a three-compartmental HIV model with their stability analysis.
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