Proportion of infected humans according to various sets of oviposition parameters. (The number of empty patches a fed mosquito would fly over each day in order to oviposit, mortality rate of fed mosquitoes, time to oviposit): One productive water source is located in patch 1 and one non-productive water source in patch 9 (scenario c). a) Multivariate sensitivity analysis. The thick solid line represents the distribution of the PIH using the realistic values. The triangles represent for each patch the 95th and 5th percentile of the 10,000 simulations using the sets of simulated parameters. The squares represent the median of these 10,000 simulations. b) Univariate sensitivity analysis on the maximum number of patches w. The dashed lines represent the prevalence distribution for the extreme values (w = 1 and w = 17) c) Univariate sensitivity analysis on the time to oviposit A
-1. The dashed lines represent the prevalence distribution for two extreme values (A
-1 = 1 day and A
-1 = 3 days). d) Univariate sensitivity analysis on the mortality rate μ-1: the dashed lines represent the prevalence distribution for two extreme values (μ-1 = 5 days and μ-1 = 20 days).