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Stochastic epidemic models and their statistical analysis
Stochastic epidemic models and their statistical analysis,H. Andersson,T. Britton
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T. Britton
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...The probably best studied stochastic models for the spread of an infectious disease over time are mechanistic models such as the chainbinomial model and related continuous time models such as the susceptible–infected–removed (SIR) model
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5
...
Sifat Sharmin
.
Spatiotemporal modeling of infectious disease dynamics
...These systems have been used in the field of mathematical epidemiology (Bartlett 1961;
Andersson and Britton 2000;
Choisy et al. 2007)...
Eric Forgoston
,
et al.
Maximal Sensitive Dependence and the Optimal Path to Epidemic Extincti...
...We refer the reader to the textbooks by Allen
2
, Andersson and Britton
3
and Daley and Gani
12
in order to find the mathematical background of these models as well as the main results and applications within a biological framework...
J. R. Artalejo
,
et al.
Stochastic epidemic models revisited: analysis of some continuous perf...
...A thorough treatment of stochastic epidemic models and the standard assumptions can be found in
Andersson and Britton (2000)
...
Patrik Andersson
,
et al.
A stochastic SIS epidemic with demography: initial stages and time to ...
...The probably best studied stochastic models for the spread of an infectious disease over time are mechanistic models such as the chainbinomial model and related continuous time models such as the susceptible–infected–removed (SIR) model
1
5
...
Sifat Sharmin
.
Spatiotemporal modeling of infectious disease dynamics
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Spatiotemporal modeling of infectious disease dynamics
Sifat Sharmin
Journal:
Journal of Applied Statistics  J APPL STAT
, vol. 39, no. 4, pp. 875882, 2012
Maximal Sensitive Dependence and the Optimal Path to Epidemic Extinction
Eric Forgoston
,
Simone Bianco
,
Leah B. Shaw
,
Ira B. Schwartz
Journal:
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology  BULL MATH BIOL
, vol. 73, no. 3, pp. 495514, 2011
Stochastic epidemic models revisited: analysis of some continuous performance measures
J. R. Artalejo
,
A. Economou
,
M. J. LopezHerrero
Journal:
Journal of Biological Dynamics
, vol. aheadofp, no. aheadofp, pp. 123, 2011
A stochastic SIS epidemic with demography: initial stages and time to extinction
Patrik Andersson
,
David Lindenstrand
Journal:
Journal of Mathematical Biology  J MATH BIOL
, vol. 62, no. 3, pp. 333348, 2011
Spatiotemporal modeling of infectious disease dynamics
Sifat Sharmin
Journal:
Journal of Applied Statistics  J APPL STAT
, vol. aheadofp, no. aheadofp, pp. 18, 2011