# THE EPIDEMIC CONTROL PROCESS, THE CORONA VIRUS, MATHEMATICAL MODELING

## Authors

• Sandy Sánchez Domínguez Faculty of Mathematics and Computation, U O, Brazil
• Adolfo Fernández García Faculty of Mathematics and Computation, U O, Brazil
• Antonio Iván Ruiz Chaveco University of the State of Amazonas, Brazil

## Keywords:

Coronavirus, Epidemic, Mathematical Model

## Abstract

In the present work, a study is made of the development of epidemics, in particular the one referring to the epidemic transmitted by SAR CoV 2; a model is developed through a system of Differential Equations that simulates this process, the system is simplified, if it makes a qualitative study of the trajectories of the system giving conclusions regarding the hole behavior of the trajectories, thus proving control of the epidemic; a critical case is treated and an example is presented that responds to the conditions of the introduced critical case, graphically proving the conclusions demonstrated analytically.

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2023-01-18

## How to Cite

Domínguez, S. S., García, A. F., & Ruiz Chaveco, A. I. (2023). THE EPIDEMIC CONTROL PROCESS, THE CORONA VIRUS, MATHEMATICAL MODELING. International Journal of Engineering Science Technologies, 7(1), 17–28. https://doi.org/10.29121/ijoest.v7.i1.2023.418

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