Vishal Singh

Vishal Singh
Galgotias University · SBAS

Ph. D.

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Additional affiliations
July 2007 - present
Banaras Hindu University
Position
  • Researcher
Education
July 2007 - May 2009
Banaras Hindu University
Field of study
  • Mathematics

Publications

Publications (3)
Article
A non-linear SIRS mathematical model to explore the dynamics of water borne diseases like cholera is proposed and analyzed by incorporating delay in using disinfectants to control the disease. It is assumed that the only way for the spread of infection is ingestion of contaminated water by susceptibles. As the pathogens discharged by infectives rea...
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An SIS model with immigration for the spread of an infectious disease with bacteria and carriers in the environment is proposed and analyzed. It is assumed that susceptibles get infected directly by infectives as well as by their contacts with bacteria discharged by infectives in the environment. The growth rate of density of bacteria is assumed to...
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A nonlinear mathematical model with delay to capture the dynamics of effect of awareness programs on the prevalence of any epidemic is proposed and analyzed. It is assumed that pathogens are transmitted via direct contact between susceptibles and infectives. It is assumed further that cumulative density of awareness programs increases at a rate prop...

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Questions (2)
Question
How does rabies virus transmit in a community?
Question
TB is transmitted through the air. The droplet nuclei generated when a sputum positive pulmonary TB patients coughs, mixes in the air and are carried to a susceptible person in the vicinity or by air currents to longer distances. Sputum Negative TB patients may also contribute in transmission of infection to a smaller extent. Now my concern is that, "Can housefly provides an additional epidemiological link to spread TB infection in the community?"

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