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From: Application of the backstepping method to the prediction of increase or decrease of infected population

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The decrease and increase of the infected population depending on the newly infected population I(t,0). Let a =1, γ(a)≡1 and X(0,1) be a uniform random variable. For I(t,0)=U(t)+0.001X(>U(t)), the infected population I(t,a) increases and will diverge (upper two figures). For I(t,0)= max(U(t)−0.001X,0)(<U(t)), the infected population I(t,a) decreases and will converge to 0 (lower two figures)

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