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1 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Sep―19 COVID-19 transmission model with discrete time approach
2 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Sep―12 Bifurcation analysis of a vaccination mathematical model with application to COVID-19 pandemic
3 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Aug―22 A theoretical discussion on modeling the number of COVID-19 death cases using penalized spline negative binomial regression approach
4 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Aug―15 A spatio-temporal description of COVID-19 cases in East Borneo using improved geographically and temporally weighted regression (I-GTWR)
5 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Jul―14 The impact of levy jumps and white noise on the dynamics of a COVID-19 epidemic model: A case study of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
6 [GO] Pan-American Journal of Mathematics 2022―Jul―14 Variational Iteration Method for Approximate Solution of COVID-19 Model Eiman ., Azmat Ullah, Muhammad Jaylani, Rahman Shah
7 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2022―Jun―20 Local and global stability analysis of a COVID-19 model dynamics with healthy diet as control
8 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Apr―18 Modeling and analysis of the dynamics of COVID-19 transmission in presence of immigration and vaccination
9 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2022―Mar―28 Factors associated with psychological impact of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak in Nigeria: Regression-based approach
10 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2022―Mar―28 Modeling of crime rate in Indonesia during the COVID-19 pandemic from a macroeconomic perspective: Using robust regression with S-estimator
11 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Mar―21 Multistage variational iteration method for a SEIQR COVID-19 epidemic model with isolation class
12 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Mar―21 On the use of generalized additive models in the impact of COVID-19 on human mobility using mobile positioning data in DKI Jakarta, Indonesia
13 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Mar―14 A design of governmental policies for the eradication of COVID-19 in Jakarta using an SIR-type mathematical model
14 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Mar―07 Confidence interval of the parameter on multipredictor biresponse longitudinal data analysis using local linear estimator for modeling of case increase and case fatality rates COVID-19 in Indonesia: A theoretical discussion
15 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Mar―07 Mathematical modeling and optimal control strategy for a discrete time model of COVID-19 variants
16 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Feb―23 Optimal control and sensitivity analysis of COVID-19 transmission model with the presence of waning immunity in West Java, Indonesia
17 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Feb―16 Forecasting confirmed and recovered COVID-19 cases and deaths in Egypt after the genetic mutation of the virus: ARIMA Box-Jenkins approach
18 [GO] Asia Pacific Journal of Mathematics 2022―Feb―08 A Mathematical Model of the Spread and Control of Novel Coronavirus Disease With Post-Recovery Symptoms
19 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Feb―07 Fractional dynamics of coronavirus with comorbidity via Caputo-Fabrizio derivative
20 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Jan―31 Structural equation modeling of the COVID-19 incidence rate associated with the death rate and the impact of socioeconomic factors in ASEAN countries
21 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Jan―25 Co-infection model for Covid-19 and Rubella with vaccination treatment: stability and threshold
22 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2022―Jan―24 Identification of parameters for classification of COVID-19 patient’s recovery days using machine learning techniques
23 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Jan―17 Controlling the transmission dynamics of COVID-19
24 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Jan―10 Spatiotemporal early warning system for COVID-19 pandemic
25 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2022―Jan―03 Analysis of fractional susceptible-exposed-infectious (SEI) model of COVID-19 pandemic for India
26 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2022―Jan―03 Improving lung disease detection by joint learning with COVID-19 radiography database
27 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―Dec―14 On the implementation of a variational iteration method for a SEIQR COVID-19 epidemic model
28 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2021―Nov―22 The application of ARIMA model to analyze COVID-19 incidence pattern in several countries
29 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2021―Oct―04 A stochastic model for COVID-19 with a highly effective vaccine
30 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2021―Sep―28 Data analysis of COVID-19 pandemic: a mathematical approach
31 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―Sep―28 The effect of quarantine and treatment in COVID-19 transmission: from mathematical modeling perspective
32 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―Sep―20 Looking for the link between the causes of the COVID-19 disease using the multi-model application
33 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―Aug―25 Mapping sub-districts-level and predicting spatial spread of COVID-19 death case in Jakarta
34 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―Aug―02 Efficiency proportion estimations for Thai people infected coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) in Thailand by Jackknifing method and bootstrapping method
35 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2021―Jul―28 Mathematical analysis and adaptive control spreading of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)
36 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2021―Jul―20 Prediction of the supportive vaccine type of the COVID-19 for public health
37 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2021―Jul―20 Detecting a randomly moving COVID-19 using weight Tchebycheff optimization technique
38 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―Jun―30 On the impact of vaccination campaigns and social distancing in the control of the novel coronavirus outbreaks
39 [GO] Asia Pacific Journal of Mathematics 2021―Jun―01 Mathematical Modelling of the Dynamics of COVID-19 Pandemic
40 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2021―May―25 Stability analysis of SCPUR mathematical model for the spread of COVID-19 (corona virus disease-19)
41 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―May―21 Optimal prevention strategy of the type SIR COVID-19 spread model in Indonesia
42 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―May―12 A spatiotemporal model with optimal control for the novel coronavirus epidemic in Wuhan, China
43 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2021―May―11 Predictive analysis of novel coronavirus using machine learning model - a graph mining approach
44 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―Apr―21 Children mental health in Bandung during COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional study
45 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―Apr―14 Optimal control and free optimal time problem for a COVID-19 model with saturated vaccination function
46 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―Feb―23 Logistic growth model and modified versions for the cumulative number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Saudi Arabia
47 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―Feb―12 Comparison of phenomenological growth models in predicting cumulative number of COVID-19 cases in East Java Province, Indonesia
48 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―Feb―12 Nonlinear dynamics of COVID-19 SEIR infection model with optimal control analysis
49 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―Jan―20 Dynamical analysis of COVID-19 epidemic model with individual mobility
50 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2021―Jan―12 Forecasting of COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria using real statistical data
51 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Dec―29 Optimal control strategy with delay in state and control variables of transmission of COVID-19 pandemic virus
52 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Dec―28 Efficacy of pulse vaccination over constant vaccination in COVID-19: a dynamical analysis
53 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Dec―18 Short term prediction of COVID-19 cases by using various types of neural network model
54 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2020―Dec―18 Mathematical modelling of fighting current pandemic-using finite source retrial queues
55 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Nov―20 Compartmental SEIRW COVID-19 optimal control model
56 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Nov―20 Mathematical analysis of the global COVID-19 spread in Nigeria and Spain based on SEIRD model
57 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2020―Nov―16 Mathematical study aiming at adopting an effective strategy to coexist with coronavirus pandemic
58 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Oct―28 Modeling positive COVID-19 cases in Bandung City by means geographically weighted regression
59 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Oct―28 A discrete mathematical modeling of transmission of COVID-19 pandemic using optimal control
60 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Oct―28 The dynamics of COVID-19: the effect of large-scale social restrictions
61 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2020―Oct―23 Mathematical model for estimating unconfirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ethiopia, and targeting sensitive parameters
62 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Oct―16 The hidden role of the pre-symptomatic individuals in the transmission dynamics of COVID-19
63 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Oct―06 Impact studies of nationwide measures COVID-19 anti-pandemic: compartmental model and machine learning
64 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Sep―09 Modelling the transmission dynamics of COVID-19 under limited resources
65 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Sep―08 Analytic numeric solution of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic model in fractional - order
66 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Aug―27 Spatial modeling of confirmed COVID-19 pandemic in East Java province by geographically weighted negative binomial regression
67 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Aug―19 Impact of large scale social restriction on the COVID-19 cases in East Java
68 [GO] Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science 2020―Aug―17 Spread of COVID-19 in morocco discrete mathematical modeling: optimal control strategies and cost-effectiveness analysis
69 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Aug―06 Reliable iterative methods for mathematical model of COVID-19 based on data in Anhui, China
70 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Aug―03 Cost-effectiveness and backward bifurcation analysis on COVID-19 transmission model considering direct and indirect transmission
71 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Jul―22 Mathematical study of coronavirus (MERS-COV)
72 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Jul―14 Detection of COVID-19 chest X-ray using support vector machine and convolutional neural network
73 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Jul―14 Stability analysis of mathematical model new corona virus (COVID-19) disease spread in population
74 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Jun―18 Effectiveness of the public health measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19
75 [GO] Advances in Bioscience and Bioengineering 2020―Jun―12 COVID-19 in Nigeria, West Africa: An Update
76 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―Jun―10 SIS multi-regions discrete Influenza pandemic model and travel-blocking vicinity optimal control strategy on two forms of patch
77 [GO] Communications in Mathematical Biology and Neuroscience 2020―May―11 A mathematical modeling with optimal control strategy of transmission of COVID-19 pandemic virus
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