Volume 3, Issue 4 (1992), pp. 455–468
The model of the HIV/AIDS infection spread is proposed and investigated. The paper deals with some specific features of the disease spread at the initial stage, i.e., when the infection extent is small enough. We propose a model characterizing any risk group by three differential equations. These equations describe the dynamics of active susceptible, active infected, and passive infected individuals. The evaluation of parameters from demographical and medical data is discussed. The package for the investigation of infection is presented, and possibilities to control the infection are shown. Two general directions of control may be distinguished: the HIV/AIDS blood tests and the publicity and availability of protective means. The investigations showed under what conditions the HIV/AIDS infection may be stopped.