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U.W. Bangor - School of Informatics - Mathematics Preprints 1992

Computational Applied Mathematics


92.13 : CUNNINGHAM, J., GARDNER, L.R.T., GARDNER, G.A. and YASSI, H.

Fox-rabies spread in regions of realistic geography 1.

Abstract:

In this paper we describe the construction of a model for rabies spread in a region with an irregular boundary and simulations for various fox carrying capacity densities. Zero flux boundary conditions are used to validate a computer code used to carry out numerical investigations to be described in a later paper in a region of realistic geography (the county of Kent) by making comparisons with previous simulations carried out in a rectangular region with zero flux boundary conditions (an island region).

Published in:

Modelling, Measurement & Control, C, AMSE Press 36 (1993) 1-12.


92.14 : CUNNINGHAM, J., GARDNER, L.R.T., GARDNER, G.A. and YASSI, H.

Fox-rabies spread in regions of realistic geography 2.

Abstract:

In this paper we describe simulations using a model for fox-rabies spread for various fox carrying capacity densities in a region with realistic boundary conditions. The region chosen corresponds roughly to the county of Kent with zero flux boundary conditions along the coast line and transmitting boundary conditions elsewhere.

Published in:

Modelling, Measurement & Control, C, AMSE Press 36 (1993) 13-24.


92.15 : CUNNINGHAM, J., GARDNER, L.R.T., GARDNER, G.A. and YASSI, H.

Fox-rabies spread in regions of realistic geography 3.

Abstract:

Results of simulations are described for the spatial spread of rabies in foxes in a region with realistic boundary conditions and internal zones of differing habitat characteristics. The region chosen cooresponds roughly to the county of Kent with zero flux boundary conditions along the coast line and transmitting boundary conditions elsewhere.

Published in:

Modelling, Measurement & Control, C, AMSE Press 37 (1993) 13-24.


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