The Solution of a Mathematical Model for Dengue Fever Transmission Using Differential Transformation Method
Keywords:Dengue Fever, Mathematical Model, Differential Transformation Method, Ordinary Differential Equations
Differential Transformation Method (DTM) is a very effective tool for solving linear and non-linear ordinary differential equations. This paper uses DTM to solve the mathematical model for the dynamics of Dengue fever in a population. The graphical profiles for human population are obtained using Maple software. The solution profiles give the long term behavior of Dengue fever model which shows that treatment plays a vital role in reducing the disease burden in a population.
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