Several methodologies have been advocated in the last decades with the aim to better understand behaviours displayed by some real-world problems. Among which, stochastics modelling and fractional modelling, fuzzy and others. These methodologies have been suggested to threat specific problems; however, It have been noticed that some problems exhibit different patterns as time passes by. Randomness and nonlocality can be combined to depict complex real-world behaviours. It has been observed that, covid-19 virus spread does not follow a single pattern; sometimes we obtained stochastic behaviours, another nonlocal behaviour and others. In this paper, we shall consider a covid-19 model with fractional stochastic behaviours. More precisely a covid-19 model, where the model considers nonlocalities and randomness is suggested. Then a comprehensive analysis of the model is conducted. Numerical simulations and illustrations are done to show the efficiency of the model.
- Fractional stochastic behaviours
- Numerical representation
- Piecewise differential operators
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- General Physics and Astronomy