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  • Mathematical epidemiology of malaria disease transmission and its optimal control analyses 

    Oare, Okosun Kazeem (University of the Western Cape, 2010)
    In this thesis, we present and analyse an SEIR (susceptible-exposed infectious-recovered) model for malaria disease transmission. The model consists treatment and control strategies such as the use of bed nets and spray ...
  • Mathematical modeling of TB disease dynamics in a crowded population. 

    Maku Vyambwera, Sibaliwe (University of the Western Cape, 2020)
    Tuberculosis is a bacterial infection which is a major cause of death worldwide. TB is a curable disease, however the bacterium can become resistant to the first line treatment against the disease. This leads to a disease ...
  • Stochastic modeling of an HIV/AIDS epidemic with treatment 

    Nsuami, Mozart Umba (University of the Western Cape, 2019)
    The HIV/AIDS epidemic continues to be among the most devastating diseases in human history despite the new scientific advances and serious public health interventions. The greatest burden of HIV/AIDS is still in sub-Saharan ...