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    • Establishing wMelPop wolbachia Infection among wild aedes aegypti females by optimal control approach 

      Cardona Salgado, Daiver; Campo Duarte, Doris E.; Vasillieva, Olga (Natural Sciences Publishing, 2017-07-01)
      Wolbachia is a maternally transmitted bacterial symbiont which is known to reduce the vector competence of mosquitoes and other arthropod species. Therefore, Wolbachia-based biocontrol is regarded as a practicable method ...
    • Optimal control approach for establishing wMelPop wolbachia infection among wild aedes aegypti populations 

      Cardona Salgado, Daiver; Campo Duarte, Doris E.; Wvinin, Mikhail; Vasillieva, Olga (Springer Verlag, 2018-02-10)
      Wolbachia-based biocontrol has recently emerged as a potential method for prevention and control of dengue and other vector-borne diseases. Major vector species, such as Aedes aegypti females, when deliberately infected ...
    • Optimal control for a discrete time influenza model 

      González Parra, Paula Andrea; Ceberio, Martine; Lee, Sunmi; Castillo-Chavez, Carlos (Springer, 2014)
      We formulated a discrete time model in order to study optimal control strategies for a single influenza outbreak. In our model, we divided the population into four classes: susceptible, infectious, treated, and recovered ...
    • Optimal control for enhancement of wolbachia frequency among aedes aegypti females 

      Cardona Salgado, Daiver; Vasillieva, Olga; Campo Duarte, Doris E. (International Electronic Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, IJPAM, 2017-01-27)
      In this paper, we propose and thoroughly analyze the ODE model that describes the competition between wild Aedes aegypti female mosquitoes and those carrying Wolbachia bacterial symbiont in the same locality. Using this ...
    • Optimal control of dengue epidemic outbreaks under limited resources 

      Sepulveda Salcedo, Lilian Sofia; Vasilieva, Olga; Svinin, Mikhail (Wiley, 2020-02)
      In this paper, we reflect upon control intervention practices habitually exerted by healthcare authorities in tropical areas that suffer from incidental outbreaks of dengue fever, in particular, the city of Cali, Colombia. ...
    • Wolbachia-based biocontrol for dengue reduction using dynamic optimization approach 

      Cardona Salgado, Daiver; Campo Duarte, Doris Elena; Sepulveda Salcedo, Lilian S.; Vasilieva, Olga (ElsevierNew York, 2020-01-09)
      Aedes aegypti females mosquitoes are the principal transmitters of dengue and other arboviral infections. In recent years, it was disclosed that, when deliberately infected with Wolbachia symbiont, this mosquito species ...