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A stochastic model for internal HIV dynamics

Dalal, N. and Greenhalgh, D. and Mao, X. (2008) A stochastic model for internal HIV dynamics. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 341 (2). pp. 1084-1101. ISSN 0022-247X

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Abstract

In this paper we analyse a stochastic model representing HIV internal virus dynamics. The stochasticity in the model is introduced by parameter perturbation which is a standard technique in stochastic population modelling. We show that the model established in this paper possesses non-negative solutions as this is essential in any population dynamics model. We also carry out analysis on the asymptotic behaviour of the model. We approximate one of the variables by a mean reverting process and nd out the mean and variance of this process. Numerical simulations conclude the paper.

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