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Mathematical Modelling: Growing Role and Applications

Ambrish Kumar Pandey, Trisha Srivastava,
Research Paper | Journal Paper
Volume 1 , Issue 1 , PP 1-11
DOI: https://doi.org/10.54060/JASE/001.01.004

Abstract

This paper aims at the importance of mathematical modelling, its growing role and its applications. It is a myth that modelling projects progress easily from working through to utilize, this is scarcely ever the situation. In computer science, the use of modelling and simulating a computer is utilized to fabricate a mathematical model which contains key boundaries of the actual model. The study aims at the use and advantageous application of mathematical modelling in the COVID pandemic such as to understand the transmission of the virus, its solution to prevent the growth of the virus among the population, calculating the infected populations and giving a slight idea on the future predicted scenarios. Thus, its role and applicability in the pandemic are discussed by framing a mathematical model case to understand the transmission of the virus at the stage of the beginning of the pandemic. Thus, the study aims to give a basic idea of mathematical modelling, its uses and its role in the recent scenarios.

Key-Words / Index Term

Mathematical Modeling, application, pandemic, model

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