From: Dynamic modeling and optimal control of cystic echinococcosis

Parameters | Biological definition | Value (range) | Source |
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\({A}_{h}\) | Annual recruitment rate of human population | \(7.482\times {10}^{4}\) | [35] |

\(p\) | Influence coefficient of publicity measures | 0.1 (0–1) | Set |

\(\mu\) | Recovery rate of humans who are received surgery | 0.75 | [13] |

\({d}_{h}\) | Natural death rate of humans | 1/76.5 | [35] |

\(m\) | The mortality rate induced by CE | 0.022 | [36] |

\({\beta }_{1}\) | Prevailing infection pressure between parasite eggs and humans | \(1.004\times {10}^{-12}\) | Esti |

\(\nu\) | Transition rate from exposed humans to infectious humans | 1/14 | [13] |

\({A}_{l}\) | Annual recruitment rate of sheep | \(6.88\times {10}^{5}\) | [35] |

\({\beta }_{2}\) | Prevailing infection pressure between parasite eggs and sheep | \(1.08\times {10}^{-9}\) | Esti |

\(\epsilon\) | Fraction of annual slaughtered sheep | 0.2 (0.16–0.667) | Assumption |

\(\omega\) | Vaccination rate of sheep | 0.4 (0.2–1) | Set |

\(\delta\) | Invalid sheep vaccination rate | 0.67 (0.5–2) | Assumption |

\({d}_{l}\) | Natural death rate of sheep | 0.152 | [35] |

\({A}_{d1}\) | Annual recruitment rate of domestic dogs | \(2\times {10}^{5}\) | [35] |

\(q\) | The proportion of domestic dogs intake the livers of sheep | 0.3 (0–1) | Set |

\({\beta }_{3}\) | Prevailing infection pressure between infectious sheep and domestic dogs | \(7.1\times {10}^{-9}\) | Esti |

\(\gamma\) | Deworming recovery rate of infectious domestic dogs | 0.4 (0.1–0.9) | Set |

\(d\) | Natural death rate of dog | 0.08 | [37] |

\({b}_{d2}\) | Birth rate of stray dog | 2 | Assumption |

\({K}_{d2}\) | The food resources of stray dogs in the environment |
8.5 × 10^{7} (6.5–10.5) × 10^{7}
| Assumption |

\({\beta }_{4}\) | Prevailing infection pressure between infectious sheep and stray dogs | \(5\times {10}^{-8}\) | Esti |

\(\theta\) | Disposing rate of stray dogs | 0.4 (0.1–0.9) | Set |

\(\phi\) | Egg released rate of one worm unit time | 42 | [38] |

\(h\) | Worm produced rate per dog per year | 560 | [14] |

\(\eta\) | Parasite eggs mortality rate in the dogs body | 12/5 | [14] |

\({t}_{1} ({t}_{2})\) | The average lifespan of domestic dogs (stray dogs) | 6 (4) | [14] |

\({\eta }_{1}\) | Parasite eggs natural mortality in the environment | 10.42 | [37] |