An Agent Based Modeling of Spatially Inhomogeneous Host-Vector Disease Transmission
In this article, we consider a microscopic model for host-vector disease transmission based on configuration space analysis. Using Vlasov scaling we obtain the corresponding mesoscopic (kinetic) equations, describing the density of susceptible and infected compartments in space. The resulting system of equations can be seen as a generalization to a spatial host-vector disease model.
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