In this research paper, a novel approach in dengue modeling with the asymptomatic carrier and reinfection via the fractional derivative is suggested to deeply interrogate the comprehensive transmission phenomena of dengue infection. The proposed system of dengue infection is represented in the Liouville–Caputo fractional framework and investigated for basic properties, that is, uniqueness, positivity, and boundedness of the solution. We used the next-generation technique in order to determine the basic reproduction number for the suggested model of dengue infection; moreover, we conduct a sensitivity test of through a partial rank correlation coefficient technique to know the contribution of input factors on the output of . We have shown that the infection-free equilibrium of dengue dynamics is globally asymptomatically stable for and unstable in other circumstances. The system of dengue infection is then structured in the Atangana–Baleanu framework to represent the dynamics of dengue with the non-singular and non-local kernel. The existence and uniqueness of the solution of the Atangana–Baleanu fractional system are interrogated through fixed-point theory. Finally, we present a novel numerical technique for the solution of our fractional-order system in the Atangana–Baleanu framework. We obtain numerical results for different values of fractional-order and input factors to highlight the consequences of fractional-order and input parameters on the system. On the basis of our analysis, we predict the most critical parameters in the system for the elimination of dengue infection.
Fractional-calculus analysis of the transmission dynamics of the dengue infection
Note: This paper belongs to the Focus Issue, Recent Advances in Modeling Complex Systems: Theory and Applications.
H. M. Srivastava, Rashid Jan, Asif Jan, Wejdan Deebani, Meshal Shutaywi; Fractional-calculus analysis of the transmission dynamics of the dengue infection. Chaos 1 May 2021; 31 (5): 053130. https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0050452
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