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MODELLING CROWDING EFFECTS IN INFECTIOUS DISEASE TRANSMISSION

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[5]Waters, E. K., Sidhu, H. S., Sidhu, L. A. and Mercer, G. N., ‘Extended Lotka–Volterra equations incorporating population heterogeneity: derivation and analysis of the predator–prey case’, Ecol. Model. 297 (2015), 187195.
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