Dr. Ali Raza Cheema
Dr. Ali Raza Cheema
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Numerical simulation and stability analysis of a novel reaction–diffusion COVID-19 model
N Ahmed, A Elsonbaty, A Raza, M Rafiq, W Adel
Nonlinear Dynamics 106, 1293-1310, 2021
Numerical simulations of nonlinear stochastic Newell-Whitehead-Segel equation and its measurable properties
MS Iqbal, MW Yasin, N Ahmed, A Akgl, M Rafiq, A Raza
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 418, 114618, 2023
Non-standard computational analysis of the stochastic COVID-19 pandemic model: An application of computational biology
MA Noor, A Raza, MS Arif, M Rafiq, KS Nisar, I Khan, SF Abdelwahab
Alexandria Engineering Journal 61 (1), 619-630, 2022
Mathematical analysis of novel coronavirus (2019-nCov) delay pandemic model
M Naveed, M Rafiq, A Raza, N Ahmed, I Khan, KS Nisar, AH Soori
Comput. Mater. Continua 64 (3), 1401-1414, 2020
A reliable numerical analysis for stochastic dengue epidemic model with incubation period of virus
A Raza, MS Arif, M Rafiq
Advances in Difference Equations 2019 (1), 1-19, 2019
An analysis of a nonlinear susceptible-exposed-infected-quarantine-recovered pandemic model of a novel coronavirus with delay effect
A Raza, A Ahmadian, M Rafiq, S Salahshour, M Ferrara
Results in Physics 21, 103771, 2021
Design of a nonlinear model for the propagation of COVID-19 and its efficient nonstandard computational implementation
M Rafiq, JE Macias-Diaz, A Raza, N Ahmed
Applied Mathematical Modelling 89, 1835-1846, 2021
New applications related to Covid-19
A Akgl, N Ahmed, A Raza, Z Iqbal, M Rafiq, D Baleanu, MA Rehman
Results in physics 20, 103663, 2021
Dynamical behavior and sensitivity analysis of a delayed coronavirus epidemic model
M Naveed, D Baleanu, M Rafiq, A Raza, AH Soori, N Ahmed
A reliable numerical analysis for stochastic hepatitis B virus epidemic model with the migration effect
MS Arif, A Raza, M Rafiq, M Bibi
Iranian Journal of Science and Technology, Transactions A: Science 43, 2477-2492, 2019
A Reliable Stochastic Numerical Analysis for Typhoid Fever Incorporating With Protection Against Infection.
MS Arif, A Raza, M Rafiq, M Bibi, R Fayyaz, M Naz, U Javed
Computers, Materials & Continua 59 (3), 2019
Numerical treatment for stochastic computer virus model
A Raza, MS Arif, M Rafiq, M Bibi, M Naveed, MU Iqbal, Z Butt, HA Naseem, ...
Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences 120 (2), 445-465, 2019
Dynamical analysis of coronavirus disease with crowding effect, and vaccination: a study of third strain
A Raza, M Rafiq, J Awrejcewicz, N Ahmed, M Mohsin
Nonlinear Dynamics 107 (4), 3963-3982, 2022
Analysis of a nonstandard computer method to simulate a nonlinear stochastic epidemiological model of coronavirus-like diseases
JE Macas-Daz, A Raza, N Ahmed, M Rafiq
Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine 204, 106054, 2021
A reliable numerical analysis for stochastic gonorrhea epidemic model with treatment effect
A Raza, MS Arif, M Rafiq
International Journal of Biomathematics 12 (06), 1950072, 2019
Essential features preserving dynamics of stochastic dengue model
W Shatanawi, A Raza, MS Arif, M Rafiq, M Bibi, M Mohsin
Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences 126 (1), 201-215, 2021
Numerical scheme and stability analysis of stochastic Fitzhugh–Nagumo model
MW Yasin, MS Iqbal, N Ahmed, A Akgl, A Raza, M Rafiq, MB Riaz
Results in Physics 32, 105023, 2022
Numerical and bifurcation analysis of SIQR model
N Ahmed, A Raza, M Rafiq, A Ahmadian, N Batool, S Salahshour
Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 150, 111133, 2021
A numerical efficient technique for the solution of susceptible infected recovered epidemic model
M Shoaib Arif, A Raza, K Abodayeh, M Rafiq, M Bibi, A Nazeer
Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences 124 (2), 477-491, 2020
Stochastic numerical analysis for impact of heavy alcohol consumption on transmission dynamics of gonorrhoea epidemic
K Abodayeh, A Raza, MS Arif, M Rafiq, M Bibi, M Mohsin
CMC-COMPUTERS MATERIALS & CONTINUA 62 (3), 1125-1142, 2020
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