Optimization Method to Find the Priority Group to be Vaccinated Against Corona Virus
V. G. Rajalekshmi1
1Department of Mathematics, S.D.College, Alappuzha, Kerala, India.
Abstract: Current evidence shows that the corona virus spreads mainly between people who are in close contact with each other. More than 3.9 million people died globally due to covid-19. There are various types of vaccine produced against this virus. But the vaccine produced so far is insufficient to vaccinate the whole society. Production of vaccine is in its maximum capacity. Now it is better to give vaccine in a priority order. Here an optimization model is given using Dynamic programming to find the set of people in a region to be vaccinated first.
Keywords: Frequent Item Sets, State Variable, Covid-19, Dynamic Programming.
Cite this article as: V. G. Rajalekshmi, Optimization Method to Find the Priority Group to be Vaccinated Against Corona Virus, Int. J. Math. And Appl., vol. 9, no. 3, 2021, pp. 49-53.References
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