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Optimal Control Approach for Implementation of Sterile Insect Techniques

Abstract : The vector or pest control is essential to reduce the risk of vector-borne diseases or crop losses. Among the available biological control tools, the sterile insect technique (SIT) is one of the most promising. However, SIT-control campaigns must be carefully planned in advance in order to render desirable outcomes. In this paper, we design SIT-control intervention programs that can avoid the real-time monitoring of the wild population and require to mass-rear a minimal overall number of sterile insects, in order to induce a local elimination of the wild population in the shortest time. Continuous-time release programs are obtained by applying an optimal control approach, and then laying the groundwork of more practical SIT-control programs consisting of periodic impulsive releases.
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Pierre-Alexandre Bliman, Daiver Cardona-Salgado, Yves Dumont, Olga Vasilieva. Optimal Control Approach for Implementation of Sterile Insect Techniques. Itogi nauki i tehniki. Seriâ, Sovremennye problemy matematiki, fundamentalʹnye napravleniâ, Viniti, 2020, 183, pp.35-51. ⟨hal-02418508⟩

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