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Mathematical modeling of sterile insect technology for control of Anopheles mosquito

Anguelov R., Dumont Y., Lubuma J.. 2011. In : eds. Todorov Michail D., Christov Christo I. Application of Mathematics in Technical and Natural Sciences : Proccedings of the 3rd International Conference - AMiTaNS'11, Albena, Bulgaria, 20-25 June 2011. Melville : AIP, p. 155-161. (AIP Conference Proceedings, 1404). International Conference on Application of Mathematics in Technical and Natural Sciences 2011, 2011-06-20/2011-06-25, Albena (Bulgarie).

DOI: 10.1063/1.3659915

Sterile Insect Technology (SIT) is a nonpolluting method of insect control that relies on the release of sterile males. We study the effectiveness of the application of SIT for control of Anopheles mosquito via mathematical modeling. The theoretical analysis of the mathematical model as a dynamical system leads to the formulation of possible strategies for control of the Anopheles mosquito, also illustrated by numerical simulations.

Mots-clés : anopheles; stérilisation; modèle mathématique; lutte anti-insecte; Épidémiologie; modèle de simulation; expérimentation; population animale; dynamique des populations; soudan; réunion; Îles caïmanes; france

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