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Ping He, Defei Zhang, "-SIRS Model with Logistic Growth and Nonlinear Incidence", Mathematical Problems in Engineering, vol. 2020, Article ID 1430105, 4 pages, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/1430105
-SIRS Model with Logistic Growth and Nonlinear Incidence
We present the stochastic SIRS model in the -expectation space as follows: , , , where are three intensities of the -Brownian motion and disturb the three variables, and follows -Normal distribution, namely, . For any initial condition , we prove the new model admits a unique solution for and the solution satisfies .
Liu  presented the SIRS model without random perturbation as follows:where reflects the susceptible number, is the infected number, and denotes the recovered number at time . Model (1) took into account logistic growth and nonlinear incidence. The parameters () in model (1) have practical significance, please refer to reference .
In the actual environment, various diseases are disturbed by random factors, and there are many models that reflect this stochastic phenomenon, for example, [2–6]. Rajasekar and Pitchaimani  assumed this random interference is described by three independent Wiener processes. Specifically, they proposed the following SIRS model:
Peng in [8, 9] constructed the interesting -Brownian motion in nonlinear expectation space, see . Many important properties on -Brownian motion were investigated, for example, . As far as we know, there is no research on model (1) in the nonlinear expectation space. Some notations and concepts used in this paper are similar to those in references [11, 12].
2. -SIRS Model
We consider the stochastic SIRS model in the -expectation space and propose the -SIRS model (GSIRSM for short) as follows:where are three intensities of the -Brownian motion, which disturb the three variables, and satisfies . Note that model (3) has nonlinear incidence. We denote and , where .
It is very important to prove that the solution of model (3) is of global existence and is nonnegative. We first show system (3) is global and positive. Many asymptotic properties of this system (3) deserve further investigation in the future.
Theorem 1. and , in (3) are unique and satisfy
Proof. Since the coefficients of (3) are locally Lipschitz continuous, then , there exists a local solution on quasi surely (q.s.), where represents the explosion time. To show q.s., we prove does not explode to infinity in a finite time. Suppose is large enough such that (s.t) lies in the interval . For , definewhere is increasing as . We have , therefore quasi surely. Suppose we guarantee that q.s., then and q.s. If we assume , then there exists a pair of constants and s.t.Then, s.t.Set a function byWe note the function for any . Using the -Ito lemma for the function , we getwhereWe note that the region and all the parameters are positive, then we havewhere . We denoteTherefore,Integrate (13) from 0 to ,and take the -expectation,Note the set and (7), then . We see that the definition of , then for every, there exist at least or or equals to or . For example, if or , then , or . Thus,From (7) and (14)–(16), we haveTherefore, from inequalities (17) and (18), we haveLetting , we find out inequality (19) is a contradiction. Thus, , namely, and .
Although the endemic equilibrium for (1) exists, the endemic equilibrium of the stochastic versions (2) and (3) do not exist. From stochastic stability of Has’minskii , Rajasekar and Pitchaimani  exemplified that system (2) admits an ergodic stationary distribution. However, in the -expectation space, we first need to obtain the new ergodic stationary distribution theorem similar to the theory of Has’minskii and use it to show the ergodic property for -system (3). We also hope to discuss the disease is extinct for a long time in model (3). We need to find sufficient conditions for extinction of the disease for (3). However, because of the lack of a theorem which is similar to Theorem 1.16 in , we cannot get the corresponding results immediately for -system (3). We will investigate the existence of ergodic stationary distribution and the sufficient conditions of extinction for -stochastic system (3) in the future research. By the way, some more realistic and impulsive perturbations models, as well as a nonautonomous case for system (3) are also worth continuing to probe. In addition, numerical simulations for the system will be further investigated.
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Conflicts of Interest
The authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest.
This work was funded by Foundations (nos. 11761028, 2015HB061, 2014HB0204, and 2018JS480) and Joint Project of Local Universities.
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