Various Logistic Curves in SIS and SIR Models

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  •   Kazuyasu Shigemoto

Abstract




In our previous paper, the logistic curve of the removed number was derived from SIR and SEIR models in the case of the small basic reproduction number. In this paper, we derive various logistic curves of the removed, unsusceptible and infectious numbers respectively from SIS and SIR models in the case of small and large basic reproduction numbers.





Keywords: Various Logistic Curves, SIS model, SIR model, Epidemiology

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How to Cite
Shigemoto, K. (2023). Various Logistic Curves in SIS and SIR Models. European Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, 4(1), 1–6. https://doi.org/10.24018/ejmath.2023.4.1.185