ENG  Vol.5 No.10 B , October 2013
Optimal Estimation of Parameters for an HIV Model

An HIV model was considered. The parameters of the model are estimated by adjoint dada assimilation method. The results showed the method is valid. This method has potential application to a wide variety of models in biomathematics.

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Sun, D. , Jiang, Z. and Wu, Z. (2013) Optimal Estimation of Parameters for an HIV Model. Engineering, 5, 413-415. doi: 10.4236/eng.2013.510B084.

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