Controlling Wolbachia transmission and invasion dynamics among aedes aegypti population via impulsive control strategy
AffiliationAlagappa University, Karaikudi, India
Prince Sultan University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Silesian University of Technology, Akademicka 16, Gliwice, Poland
University of Derby
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AbstractThis work is devoted to analyzing an impulsive control synthesis to maintain the self-sustainability of Wolbachia among Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes. The present paper provides a fractional order Wolbachia invasive model. Through fixed point theory, this work derives the existence and uniqueness results for the proposed model. Also, we performed a global Mittag-Leffler stability analysis via Linear Matrix Inequality theory and Lyapunov theory. As a result of this controller synthesis, the sustainability of Wolbachia is preserved and non-Wolbachia mosquitoes are eradicated. Finally, a numerical simulation is established for the published data to analyze the nature of the proposed Wolbachia invasive model.
CitationDianavinnarasi, J., Raja, R., Alzabut, J., Niezabitowski, M. and Bagdasar, O., (2021). 'Controlling Wolbachia transmission and invasion dynamics among aedes aegypti population via impulsive control strategy'. Symmetry, 13(3), pp. 1-33.
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