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OPTIMAL RELEASE OF MOSQUITOES TO CONTROL DENGUE TRANSMISSION

Abstract : In order to prevent the propagation of human diseases transmitted by mosquitoes (as dengue or zika), a solution is to release mosquitoes infected by Wolbachia. In this study, we model the release and the propagation over time and space of such infected mosquitoes in a population of uninfected ones. The aim of this study is to investigate the best location in space of the release to ensure invasion by the infected mosquitoes.
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Luís Almeida, Antoine Haddon, Claire Kermorvant, Alexis Léculier, Yannick Privat, et al.. OPTIMAL RELEASE OF MOSQUITOES TO CONTROL DENGUE TRANSMISSION. ESAIM: Proceedings and Surveys, EDP Sciences, 2020, CEMRACS 2018 - Numerical and mathematical modeling for biological and medical applications: deterministic, probabilistic and statistical descriptions, 67, pp.16--29. ⟨hal-02115805⟩

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