Journal of Mathematical Analysis.pdf

This equation arises in the study of the spread of an infectious disease that does not induce permanent immunity. For detailed meanings of the various functions arising in (1.1), see [5] and also [1,3,4,6], for more results, see [2,7–10,13] and the references therein. In [5], the author studied the existence of a unique bounded continuous and nonnegative solution of (1.1) for t ∈ R+ under appropriate assumptions on A and B, and also obtained sufficient conditions for the convergence of the solution to a limit when t → ∞.

Journal of Mathematical Analysis.pdf

This equation arises in the study of the spread of an infectious disease that does not induce permanent immunity. For

detailed meanings of the various functions arising in (1.1), see [5] and also [1,3,4,6], for more results, see [2,7–10,13] and

the references therein. In [5], the author studied the existence of a unique bounded continuous and nonnegative solution

of (1.1) for t ∈ R+ under appropriate assumptions on A and B, and also obtained sufficient conditions for the convergence

of the solution to a limit when t → ∞.





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