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Book Chapter

Series: AIPP Books, Professional

Published: March 2023

10.1063/9780735425477_021

EISBN: 978-0-7354-2547-7

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2544-6

... issues that usually require knowledge from more than a single discipline. In this respect, educational programs that focus on worldwide problems such as hunger, epidemics, or global warming are, by their nature, interdisciplinary. An important attempt to characterize interdisciplinary science education...

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Series: AIPP Books, Professional

Published: March 2023

10.1063/9780735425477

EISBN: 978-0-7354-2547-7

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2544-6

Book Chapter

Series: AIPP Books, Methods

Published: August 2022

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EISBN: 978-0-7354-2491-3

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2488-3

...—Application of big data in COVID-19 epidemic ,” in Data Science for COVID-19 , edited by U. Kose , D. Gupta , V. H. C. de Albuquerque , and A. Khanna ( Academic Press , 2022 ), pp. 141 – 165 . Bai , J. , “ Depth-distribution patterns and control of soil organic carbon...

Book Chapter

Series: AIPP Books, Methods

Published: August 2022

10.1063/9780735424913_006

EISBN: 978-0-7354-2491-3

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2488-3

... . Awotunde , J. B. , Adeniyi , E. A. , Kolawole , P. O. , and Ogundokun , R. O. , “ 8—Application of big data in COVID-19 epidemic ,” in Data Science for COVID-19 , edited by U. Kose , D. Gupta , V. H. C. de Albuquerque , and A. Khanna ( Academic Press , 2022 ), pp...

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Series: AIPP Books, Methods

Published: August 2022

10.1063/9780735424913

EISBN: 978-0-7354-2491-3

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2488-3

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**Published:**December 2021

FIG. 14.2 Results of the deterministic simple epidemic model. a) Plot of

*I*, the number of infectives as a function of*S*, the number of susceptibles, for the same parameters as used for Fig. 14.1 , as given by ( 14.10 ). The progression in time is as indicated by the arrow. b) The maximum number of infectives,*I*_{max}as a function of R 0 , for a total population of 2005, including initially 5 infectives. More about this image found in Results of the deterministic simple epidemic model. a) Plot of*I*...Images

**Published:**December 2021

FIG. 14.4 An epidemic modeled deterministically, for different immigration scenarios, as computed from ( 14.19 )–( 14.21 ). a) No immigration, b) Immigration only of susceptibles with μ I S = 10 , μ I I = 0 , c) Immigration only of infectives with μ I S = 0... More about this image found in An epidemic modeled deterministically, for different immigration scenarios,...

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**Published:**December 2021

FIG. 14.5 Stochastic simulation of an epidemic with the same parameters as Fig. 14.1 , augmented by the inclusion of immigration of infectives at a rate

*μ*_{II}= 0.5, in the notation of ( 14.18 ). (The right-hand plot is of the same data as the left-hand plot, but on an enlarged vertical scale.) Contact tracing and a managed isolation strategy are implemented, as described in Sec. 14.2.4 c. The strategy is implemented as in ( 14.26 ) with*γ*_{Q}= 3. The quarantine is commenced at*t*_{1}, and the epidemic diminishes rapidly. The quarantine is then stopped at*t*_{2}, when there is only a very small number of infectives. After some time, the epidemic returns, but is arrested by a second implementation of the quarantine strategy at*t*_{3}. This is not subsequently lifted, and the epidemic stays under control. More about this image found in Stochastic simulation of an epidemic with the same parameters as Fig. 14.1...Images

**Published:**December 2021

FIG. 14.3 Means and standard deviations of

*S*(*t*),*I*(*t*), and*R*(*t*) resulting from 100 runs of a stochastic epidemic simulation with the same parameters as in Fig. 14.1 . Note that the standard deviations are significantly larger than the square roots of the corresponding means. More about this image found in Means and standard deviations of*S*(*t*), ...Book Chapter

Series: AIPP Books, Principles

Published: December 2021

10.1063/9780735423718_014

EISBN: 978-0-7354-2371-8

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2368-8

... provisional. Infectious Diseases In modeling infectious diseases, one of the most important phenomena is an

*epidemic*, where a disease appears and then spreads rapidly through a population. The immediate practical problem is to understand the propagation of the disease through a population...Images

**Published:**December 2021

FIG. 14.1 a) A linear plot and b) a logarithmic plot of the growth and extinction of an epidemic as described by the Kermack–McKendrick model. Dashed curves represent the solutions of the deterministic Eqs. ( 14.4 )–( 14.6 ), while the solid curves represent a single run of the corresponding s... More about this image found in a) A linear plot and b) a logarithmic plot of the growth and extinction ...

Book Chapter

Series: AIPP Books, Principles

Published: December 2021

0

EISBN: 978-0-7354-2371-8

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2368-8

... of epidemics , Proc. R. Soc. A 115 , 700 ( 1927 ). [14.3] Y. Moreno , R. Pastor-Satorras , and A. Vespignani , Epidemic outbreaks in complex heterogeneous networks , Eur. Phys. J. B 26 , 521 ( 2002 ). 10.1140/epjb/e20020122 [14.4] M. J. Keeling and K. T. Eames...

Book

Series: AIPP Books, Principles

Published: December 2021

10.1063/9780735423718

EISBN: 978-0-7354-2371-8

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2368-8

Book Chapter

Series: AIPP Books, Principles

Published: December 2021

10.1063/9780735423718_013

EISBN: 978-0-7354-2371-8

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2368-8

... of populations die, give birth, mate and consume each other. Systems of epidemics, in which diseases are transmitted from individual to individual by contact. All of these can be modeled by

*combinatorial kinetics*, in which the transition probability for a certain transformation consequent...Book Chapter

Series: AIPP Books, Perspectives

Published: December 2021

10.1063/9780735423954_003

EISBN: 978-0-7354-2395-4

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2392-3

..., around 150 of them have potential to result in epidemics, and a little more than 20 have been identified as the causative agents for majority of infectious disease related morbidity. Among these, viruses and bacteria are the most prevalent, requiring stringent sensing techniques. Moreover, some...

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Series: AIPP Books, Perspectives

Published: December 2021

0

EISBN: 978-0-7354-2395-4

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2392-3

... in the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) pandemic: The evolutionary rate of HIV-1 slows down when the epidemic rate increases ,” J. Virol. 81 ( 19 ), 10625 – 10635 ( 2007 ). 10.1128/JVI.00985-07 Marholz , L. J. , Yang , T. Y. , and Parker , L. L. , “ Probing biological...

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Series: AIPP Books, Perspectives

Published: December 2021

10.1063/9780735423954

EISBN: 978-0-7354-2395-4

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2392-3

Book Chapter

Series: AIPP Books, Principles

Published: November 2021

10.1063/9780735424036_002

EISBN: 978-0-7354-2403-6

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2400-5

... are the principal consumers of the Earth's resources). The COVID-19 epidemic highlighted clearly how we impact the planet, but also the inequalities in our society and it has challenged the idea of densely packed cities and public transport. Cities need to now seize opportunities to develop better systems. City...

Book Chapter

Series: AIPP Books, Principles

Published: November 2021

10.1063/9780735424036_011

EISBN: 978-0-7354-2403-6

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2400-5

... Development Transport of disaster relief supplies as soon as possible He and Liu (2015) Susceptible-Exposed-Infectious-Removed (SEIR) Model Prediction-Model Development Building a logistics model with emergency medical demand estimation and aid distribution for the SARS epidemic Huang

*et al*...Book

Series: AIPP Books, Principles

Published: November 2021

10.1063/9780735424036

EISBN: 978-0-7354-2403-6

ISBN: 978-0-7354-2400-5

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