# An efficient method to solve the mathematical model of HIV infection for CD8+ T-cells

@article{Noeiaghdam2019AnEM, title={An efficient method to solve the mathematical model of HIV infection for CD8+ T-cells}, author={Samad Noeiaghdam and Emran Khoshrouye Ghiasi}, journal={ArXiv}, year={2019}, volume={abs/1907.01106} }

In this paper, the mathematical model of HIV infection for CD8+ T-cells is illustrated. The homotopy analysis method and the Laplace transformations are combined for solving this model. Also, the convergence theorem is proved to demonstrate the abilities of presented method for solving non-linear mathematical models. The numerical results for N = 5, 10 are presented. Several h-curves are plotted to show the convergence regions of solutions. The plots of residual error functions indicate the… Expand

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