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Modeling Influence Tribal Coalitions in Kenya Presidential Politics: A Case Study of Kikuyu-Kalenjin versus Luo-Kamba
(Science Domain International, 2016-04)
A deterministic model was developed to describe the two dominant tribal coalition based voting bloc (A and B) and other tribes (C). The first order nonlinear ordinary differential equations were deduced using predator-prey ...
Modeling Scramble for other tribes votes by the three main tribal voting blocs in Kenya Presidential elections
A deterministic model was formulated to describe the tribal based voting blocs in Kenya presidential politics using four compartmental classes: Kikuyu (K), Luo (L), AKalenjin (A) and other tribes (T). The first order ...
Numerical simulation of the deterministic model of the under-five year’s pneumonia in Kenya
In this paper the numerical simulation of the childhood pneumonia deterministic model are determined. The estimated parameters and the under-five year’s population data for year 2013 was used to simulate the developed ...
A Simple model for the ethnic, sub ethnic, clan and religion based politics in Kenya presidential elections
A simple deterministic model with Kenya specific attributes was developed to describe the ethnic based voting blocs. Four compartmental classes: Agikuyu (A), Luo (L), Kalenjin (K) and the Rest (R) were formulated, and first ...