Dynamics of Infected Active and Uninfected Active Populations Leading to Pandemics by Using a Discrete Model of Two Interacting Pacemakers

In the situation of a large difference in their periods (where the pacemaker pulses do not alternate), we generalise the existing model of two interacting oscillators and offer a General model depicting a network of oscillators coupled worldwide. The goal is to keep the model as basic as possible, with the fewest potential parameters. As a result, we’ll recast the pacemakers as pulse oscillators and accurately characterise them in terms of their inherent cycle durations. The interaction of pacemakers is described by PRC. The two primary types of coupling are commonly explored in research on lattices of concatenated maps: nearest neighbour coupling and global coupling.

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Sergey Belyakin
Department of General Physics, Physics Faculty, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia.

Sergey Shuteev
Laboratory of Dynamic Systems, Physics Faculty, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia.

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