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In this thesis a mathematical model of HIV transmission and diagnosis is used to estimate the total size of the HIV-positive population and the HIV incidence from HIV case report data for the Province of Alberta. Worldwide, estimates of the size of the HIV-positive population are used to...
In both health and disease, cells interact with one another through cellular adhesions. Normal development, wound healing, and metastasis all depend on these interactions. These phenomena are commonly studied using continuum models (partial differential equations). However, a mathematical...
Spatially-explicit matrix models: A mathematical analysis of stage-structured integrodifference equations.Download
This paper is concerned with mathematical analysis of the ‘critical domain-size’ problem for structured populations. Space is introduced explicitly into matrix models for stage-structured populations. Movement of individuals is described by means of a dispersal kernel. The mathematical analysis...