Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences
Mathematical models and simulation studies are powerful tools to investigate dynamic properties of complex systems. Complex models with constant parameters often approach a steady state. In this research, we present an overview of mathematical approaches applied to the description of control population tumor cells. We are researching the influence of D-factor on tumor cells population. We called it compensatory effect. There is Vaccination as biological analogue of the compensator effect. D-factor is presented as catastrophe theory’s fold form. Further, numeric results of model experiments are showing that this approach is positive efficient.
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J. Yermekbayeva, Janar; A.Mamyrbek, Beisenbi; N. Omarov, Arystan; and A. Abitova, Gulnar
"The Control of Population Tumor Cells via Compensatory Effect,"
Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences: Vol. 08:
4, Article 9.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/amis/vol08/iss4/9