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Modeling simulation of COVID-19 in Indonesia based on early endemic data
N Nuraini, K Khairudin, M Apri
Communication in Biomathematical Sciences 3 (1), 1-8, 2020
532020
On the analysis of Covid-19 transmission in Wuhan, Diamond Princess and Jakarta-cluster
E Soewono
Commun. Biomath. Sci 3 (1), 9-18, 2020
282020
An analysis of Covid-19 transmission in Indonesia and Saudi Arabia
MZ Ndii, P Hadisoemarto, D Agustian, AK Supriatna
Commun. Biomath. Sci 3 (1), 19-27, 2020
242020
Mathematical models of dengue fever epidemiology: multi-strain dynamics, immunological aspects associated to disease severity and vaccines
M Aguiar, N Stollenwerk
Communication in Biomathematical Sciences 1 (1), 1-12, 2017
172017
Dynamics of a fractional-order predator-prey model with infectious diseases in prey
HS Panigoro, A Suryanto, WM Kusumawinahyu, I Darti
Commun. Biomath. Sci 2 (2), 105-117, 2019
112019
Comparison of the differential transformation method and non standard finite difference scheme for solving plant disease mathematical model
MZ Ndii, N Anggriani, AK Supriatna
Communication in Biomathematical sciences 1 (2), 2018
102018
Anew modified logistic growth model for empirical use
UD Purwati
Communication in Biomathematical Sciences 1 (2), 122-131, 2018
102018
Mitochondrial Genomes of Two Thaparocleidus Species (Platyhelminthes: Monogenea) Reveal the First rRNA Gene Rearrangement among the Neodermata
D Zhang, H Zou, I Jakovlić, SG Wu, M Li, J Zhang, R Chen, WX Li, ...
International journal of molecular sciences 20 (17), 4214, 2019
92019
Dynamical analysis of mathematical model for Bovine Tuberculosis among human and cattle population
D Aldila, SL Latifah, PA Dumbela
Commun. Biomath. Sci 2 (1), 55-64, 2019
72019
A multiscale approach for spatially inhomogeneous disease dynamics
M Schmidtchen, OTC Tse, S Wackerle
Communication in Biomathematical Sciences 1 (2), 62-87, 2018
62018
Biological and mechanical transmission models of dengue fever
L Laura, AK Supriatna, MS Khumaeroh, N Anggriani
Commun. Biomath. Sci 2, 12-22, 2019
52019
Modeling cd4+ t cells and ctl response in hiv-1 infection with antiretroviral therapy
S Sutimin, S Sunarsih, R Tjahjana
Communication in Biomathematical Sciences 1 (2), 100-109, 2018
52018
Comparison of dengue transmission in lowland and highland area: Case study in Semarang and Malang, Indonesia
IS Fauzi, M Fakhruddin, N Nuraini, KP Wijaya
Communication in Biomathematical Science 2 (1), 23-37, 2019
42019
Estimation of time-space-varying parameters in dengue epidemic models
KP Wijaya, T Gotz
Communication in Biomathematical Sciences 1 (1), 13-31, 2017
42017
A Dynamical Model of’Invisible Wall’in Mosquito Control
MS Khumaeroh, E Soewono, N Nuraini
Commun. Biomath. Sci 1 (2), 88-99, 2018
32018
The role of top-predator in the preservation of coral reefs ecosystem
R Ratianingsih, N Ismawati, JW Puspita, AI Jaya
Communications in Mathematical Science 1, 54-61, 2017
32017
On territorial competition between Rhinoceros sondaicus and Bos javanicus at Ujung Kulon National Park
E Harjanto
Communication in Biomathematical Sciences 1 (1), 46-53, 2017
32017
Continuous monocyclic and polycyclic age structured models of population dynamics
VV Akimenko
Commun. Biomath. Sci 2 (2), 85-95, 2019
22019
Dynamical behavior of secondary dengue infection model
CJ Tay
Communication in Biomathematical Sciences 2 (1), 1-11, 2019
22019
Mathematical Modeling and Sensitivity Analysis of the Existence of Male Calico Cats Population Based on Cross Breeding of All Coat Colour Types
D Suandi, IP Ningrum, AN Alifah, N Izzah, MP Reza, IK Muwahidah
Communication in Biomathematical Sciences 2 (2), 96-104, 2019
12019
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