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THE DOMAIN OF ATTRACTION FOR A SEIR EPIDEMIC MODEL BASED ON SUM OF SQUARE OPTIMIZATION
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THE DOMAIN OF ATTRACTION FOR A SEIR EPIDEMIC MODEL BASED ON SUM OF SQUARE OPTIMIZATION
Chen, Xiangyong; Li, Chunji; Lu, Jufang; Jing, Yuanwei;
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 Abstract
This paper is estimating the domain of attraction for a class of susceptible-exposed-infectious-recovered (SEIR) epidemic dynamic models by using sum of squares optimization. First, the stability is analyzed for the equilibriums of SEIR model, and the domain of attraction in the endemic equilibrium is estimated by using sum of squares optimization. Finally, a numerical example is examined.
 Keywords
domain of attraction;SOS optimization;SEIR epidemic model;
 Language
English
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