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Used to derive the basic reproduction number, for a compartmental model of the spread of infectious diseases. Wikipedia

  • Compartmental models in epidemiology

    Compartmental models simplify the mathematical modelling of infectious diseases. Assigned to compartments with labels – for example, S, I, or R, . Wikipedia

  • Basic reproduction number

    Infection is the expected number of cases directly generated by one case in a population where all individuals are susceptible to infection. The definition assumes that no other individuals are infected or immunized (naturally or through vaccination). Wikipedia

  • Mathematical modelling of infectious disease

    Epidemic and help inform public health interventions. Models use basic assumptions or collected statistics along with mathematics to find parameters for various infectious diseases and use those parameters to calculate the effects of different interventions, like mass vaccination programmes. Wikipedia

  • Superspreading event

    Event in which an infectious disease is spread much more than usual, while an unusually contagious organism infected with a disease is known as a superspreader. Individual who is more likely to infect others, compared with a typical infected person. Wikipedia

  • Latent period (epidemiology)

    Time interval between when an individual or host is infected by a pathogen and when he or she becomes infectious, i.e. capable of transmitting pathogens to other susceptible individuals. Infectious disease or an epidemic, three important time periods should be carefully distinguished: incubation period, pre-infectious or latent period and infectious period. Wikipedia

  • Epidemic models on lattices

    Classic epidemic models of disease transmission are described in Compartmental models in epidemiology. Here we discuss the behavior when such models are simulated on a lattice. Wikipedia

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