e89d766c-0ca4-4d6b-a786-107dffec394720210215113753745wseamdt@crossref.orgMDT DepositWSEAS TRANSACTIONS ON BIOLOGY AND BIOMEDICINE1109-951810.37394/23208http://wseas.org/wseas/cms.action?id=40112720202720201710.37394/23208.2020.17http://wseas.org/wseas/cms.action?id=23181Discrete Type SIR Epidemic Model with Nonlinear Incidence Rate in Presence of ImmunityTaheraParvinMathematics Discipline Khulna University Khulna-9208, Bangladesh.ArifulIslamMathematics Discipline Khulna University Khulna-9208, BangladeshPankajKumar MondalMathematics Discipline Khulna University Khulna-9208, BangladeshHaider AliBiswasMathematics Discipline Khulna University Khulna-9208, BangladeshMathematical modeling is very important to describe the dynamic behavior of biological and biomedical systems. The SIR model is the most common mathematical model of epidemics. An epidemic occurs if the number of people infected with a disease is increasing in a population. 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