﻿Stability of a Delayed SIQRS Model with Temporary Immunity

Vol.3 No.2(2013), Article ID:28552,6 pages DOI:10.4236/apm.2013.32034

Stability of a Delayed SIQRS Model with Temporary Immunity

Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Exact Sciences, University Constantine 1, Constantine, Algeria

Email: Chahrazed2009@yahoo.fr

Received September 7, 2012; revised December 1, 2012; accepted December 16, 2012

Keywords: Adomian Method; epidemiology; mathematical model; the epidemic model; the equilibrium points

ABSTRACT

This paper addresses a time-delayed SIQRS model with a linear incidence rate. Immunity gained by experiencing the disease is temporary; whenever infected, the disease individuals will return to the susceptible class after a fixed period of time. First, the local and global stabilities of the infection-free equilibrium are analyzed, respectively. Second, the endemic equilibrium is formulated in terms of the incidence rate, and locally asymptotic stability. Finally we use the adomian decomposition method is applied to the system epidemiologic. This method yields an analytical solution in terms of convergent infinite power series.

1. Introduction

In the past, the epidemiology is restricted to the study of morbid phenomena resulting in an increase in sudden sharp and localized in space, the number of cases and time. It focuses primarily on infectious diseases. Epidemiology is a set of methods research by conducting investigations and a decision tool. Infectious diseases are one area where the theoretical were more developed in epidemiology. The mathematical theory of epidemics provides a framework for reconstruction history of past pandemics, contributing to a better understanding transmission mechanisms, a warning earlier vis-à-vis emergent phenomena, and now the prediction of epidemic spread in time and space. Generally, a model contains a disease-free equilibrium and one or multiple equilibria are endemic. The stability of a disease-free status equilibrium and the existence of other nontrivial equilibria can be determined by the ratio called the basic reproductive number, which quantifies the number of secondary infections arise from a simply put infected in a population of sensitive. When the basic reproduction number is less than unity, disease-free equilibrium is locally asymptotically stable, and therefore the disease off after a certain period of time. Similarly, when endemic equilibrium is global attractor, epidemiologically, it means that the disease will prevail and persist in a population and overall stability of these models is relatively low, especially models with delays.

In this paper, we discuss the equilibrium and stability of the model SIQR epidemic with constant infectious period which is made of a delay time. A particular assumption is made that the time which individuals remain infectious can be described by an exponential distribution. This distribution corresponds to the assumption that the chances of recovery in a given time interval are independent of time since infection. To solve the system is the autile decomposition method and for this we use the references of [1-14]. In order to describe the effects of disease immunity temporal delays are often incorporated in such models [15-19].

2. Model Equations

The system is described by equations which are defined as follows:

(1)

D’oùdenotes the population size at time; and denote the sizes of the population susceptible to disease, and infectious members, quarantine members and those who were removed from the possibility of infection through temporary immunity, respectively. It is assumed that all new borns are susceptible.

The positive constants and represent the death rates of susceptible, infectious and those who are being quarantiane and recovered, respectively. Biologically, it is natural to assume that. The positive constants and represent the birth rate (from insidence) of the population and the recovery rate of infection, respectively. The positive constant is the average number of contacts per infective. The positive constants are the numbers of transfers or conversions of infected people quarantined and quarantined at recovered. The term indicates that an individual has survived to natural death in a pool recovery before becoming susceptible again, where is the length of immunity period.

The initial condition of (1) is given as:

(2)

where such that

We have denote the Banach space of continuous functions mapping the interval into. By a biological meaning, we further assume that for

Since does not appear explicitly in the first three equations of (1), instead of (1) we consider the system:

(3)

With the initial condition

(4)

where, we obtain and

.

The region

is positively invariant set of (3).

3. The Disease Free Equilibrium and Its Stability

An equilibrium point of system (3) satisfies:

(5)

We calculate the points of equilibria in the absence and presence of infection.

In the absence of infection, substituting in the system we obtain the first equilibrium point:

We calculate the Jacobian matrix according to the system (3) with.

The epidemic is locally asymptotically stable if and only if all eigenvalues of the Jacobian matrix J have negative real part. The eigenvalues can be determined by solving the characteristic equation.

(6)

So the three eigenvalues are:

In order for and to be negative, it is required that

(7)

Then we define the basic reproduction number of the infection as follows

(8)

3.1. Stability of Equilibrium Point

The basic reproduction number is defined as the total number of infected population in the resulting subinfected population where almost all of the uninfected.

Theorem 1. The disease-free equilibrium is locally asymptotically stable if and unstable if.

3.2. Existence of Endemic Equilibrium and Its Locally Asymptotical Stability

From the previous section it is follows that when the trivial equilibrium of system (3) is locally asymptotically stable, then endemic equilibrium does not exist. When, system (3) has a unique non-trivial equilibrium other than the disease-free equilibrium.

In the presence of infection, substituting in the system we obtain the second equilibrium point:

(9)

Using the simplified and intuitive point theorem, Lyapunov square near the fixed point, and the solutions of the nonlinear system associated with the linear system by applying the Taylor formula of order 1.

Let

we note h, k, and m are the small perturbations. The formula for the Taylor series expansion.

We calculate the Jacobian matrix according to the system (3) with The epidemic is locally asymptotically stable if and only if all eigenvaluesof the Jacobian matrix J have negative real part. The eigenvalues can be determined by solving the characteristic equation.

(10)

Since, we have

. (11)

Then (10) is then written:

. (12)

The caracteristic equation is as follow:

. (13)

with the notations:

When we have and The real parts of eigenvalues are négative, then the equilibrium is locally asymptotically stable.

With, system (3) has a unique non-trivial equilibrium is locally asymptotically stable.

The Adomian decomposition method has been applied to broad classes of problems in many fields such as mathematics, physics, biology. This method solves the functional equations of different types, and the advantage of this method is that it solves a problem at the direct scheme, the solution is obtained as a series sounds fast converging. We consider the operator equation, when is the operator represents a general nonlinear ordinary differential and is a given function. The linear part of can be decomposed into, is easily invertible and R is the remainder of F. It is therefore assumed that the nonlinear problem can be written as

(14)

where represents the nonlinear terms (is a nonlinear operator).: is invertible (L is the derivative highest for what is supposed to be invertible). is a linear differential operator (of the order of less than L) and is the source term.

It can be written

(15)

Since L is invertible we also have

(16)

where is the solution of the homogeneous equation, with initial conditions. The decomposition of the nonlinear term, and to do so, Adomian developed a very elegant technique as follows. We define the parameter decomposition, then is a function of next expansion Maclurian series from.

We have in the form of a series,

(17)

We decompose the nonlinear term, as a series of special polynomials called Adomian polynomials,

(18)

These polynomials are obtained by introducing a parameter and writing,

(19)

we deduce that

(20)

we have:

(21)

To determine the we can use the following method,

(22)

Then

(23)

Finally a solution is given as

(24)

The exact solution is

(25)

4.1. The Resolution to the System with Adomian Decomposition Method

It has a direct application of the Adomian decomposition method system. We note that the system is a more general homogeneous system of ordinary differential equations where the nonlinear term is the product of two variables. We consider the general form of a system of differential equations given as follows.

(26)

We can write the system of equations above as operator with is the first nonlinear term and the second term is linear, differential operator

(27)

With applying the differential operator inverse we have

(28)

The solution is given as

(29)

The first nonlinear term is

(30)

With applying the differential operator inverse we have

(31)

The first linear term is

(32)

With applying the differential operator inverse about the Equation (18) on obtient:

(33)

For we have

(34)

So if we write the solution for each as follows

(35)

(36)

(37)

(38)

With applying the Adomian polynomial and then the general solution, is defined as follows

(39)

Solutions are given as follows:

(40)

(41)

4.2. Solve the System Using the Method (MADM)

The solution explicite

(42)

(43)

(44)

The coefficients are given with relations reccurence as follows

(45)

(46)

(47)

(48)

5. Conclusion

This paper examined the asymptotic stability of the disease-free equilibrium and endemic equilibrium equation. If, we proved that the disease-free equilibrium is globally asymptotically stable for any delay time, and if, it was proved that the endemic equilibrium is zero, and disease-free equilibrium becomes unstable. We also derived two sufficient conditions for local asymptotic stability of the endemic equilibrium and sufficient condition for asymptotic stability. We resolve the system with the the adomian decompostion method.

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