STIMR Model for Covid 19 Pandemic

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Ayoub Azzayani
Mhamed Sayyouri

Abstract

In this work, we are interested in proposing a mathematical model for the evolution of the pandemic of covid 19. And this in order to answer the question of the control of this pandemic, by giving the spade number of infected people and the duration of the fight against this pandemic. If we talk about the place and Duration of Study, as you Know, and because of the confinement, we were forced to work remotely between Finance, Entrepreneurship and Development laboratory, Faculty of Legal, Economic and Social Sciences of Sale, and Engineering Systems and Applications Laboratory, National School of Applied Sciences of Fez, between March 02, 2020 and April 16, 2020.

Keywords:
Epidemic, pandemic, modelisation, EDO, simulations.

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Azzayani, A., & Sayyouri, M. (2020). STIMR Model for Covid 19 Pandemic. Annual Research & Review in Biology, 35(4), 12-18. https://doi.org/10.9734/arrb/2020/v35i430207
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