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Classification of asymptotic behavior in a stochastic SIR model. (English) Zbl 1343.34109

34C60 Qualitative investigation and simulation of ordinary differential equation models
34C12 Monotone systems involving ordinary differential equations
60H10 Stochastic ordinary differential equations (aspects of stochastic analysis)
92D25 Population dynamics (general)
34D05 Asymptotic properties of solutions to ordinary differential equations
34F05 Ordinary differential equations and systems with randomness
92D30 Epidemiology
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