Mathematical models have the potential to contribute to design and evaluate the infectivity spreading and growth of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Providing a better understanding of the dynamics of HIV infection in vivo and the immune system interactions with the virus can improve the classification of the infected cells and drive to an early diagnosis of the disease and drug evaluations. We analyze a two-dimensional environment HIV model from a new perspective, in terms of a multi-objective optimization problem, by introducing a linear modeling approach and providing numerical evidence for its suitability by introducing a general Instantaneous Control Algorithm.

An Evaluation of Propagation of the HIV-Infected Cells via Optimization Problem / Granata, D.; Lorenzi, L.. - In: MATHEMATICS. - ISSN 2227-7390. - 10:12(2022), p. 2021. [10.3390/math10122021]

An Evaluation of Propagation of the HIV-Infected Cells via Optimization Problem

Lorenzi L.
2022

Abstract

Mathematical models have the potential to contribute to design and evaluate the infectivity spreading and growth of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Providing a better understanding of the dynamics of HIV infection in vivo and the immune system interactions with the virus can improve the classification of the infected cells and drive to an early diagnosis of the disease and drug evaluations. We analyze a two-dimensional environment HIV model from a new perspective, in terms of a multi-objective optimization problem, by introducing a linear modeling approach and providing numerical evidence for its suitability by introducing a general Instantaneous Control Algorithm.
An Evaluation of Propagation of the HIV-Infected Cells via Optimization Problem / Granata, D.; Lorenzi, L.. - In: MATHEMATICS. - ISSN 2227-7390. - 10:12(2022), p. 2021. [10.3390/math10122021]
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