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Mathematical and statistical modeling for emerging and reemerging infectious diseases, Gerardo Chowell, James M. Hyman, editors, (electronic book)
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 The contributions by epidemic modeling experts describe how mathematical models and statistical forecasting are created to capture the most important aspects of an emerging epidemic.Readers will discover a broad range of approaches to address questions, such as Can we control Ebola via ring vaccination strategies? How quickly should we detect Ebola cases to ensure epidemic control? What is the likelihood that an Ebola epidemic in West Africa leads to secondary outbreaks in other parts of the world? When does it matter to incorporate the role of diseaseinduced mortality on epidemic models? What is the role of behavior changes on Ebola dynamics? How can we better understand the control of cholera or Ebola using optimal control theory? How should a population be structured in order to mimic the transmission dynamics of diseases such as chlamydia, Ebola, or cholera? How can we objectively determine the end of an epidemic? How can we use metapopulation models to understand the role of movement restrictions and migration patterns on the spread of infectious diseases? How can we capture the impact of household transmission using compartmental epidemic models? How could behaviordependent vaccination affect the dynamical outcomes of epidemic models? The derivation and analysis of the mathematical models addressing these questions provides a wideranging overview of the new approaches being created to better forecast and mitigate emerging epidemics. This book will be of interest to researchers in the field of mathematical epidemiology, as well as public health workers
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 online resource (ix, 356 pages)
 Note
 Includes index
 Contents

 Preface
 A Reality of Its Own
 Modeling the Impact of Behavior Change on the Spread of Ebola
 A model for coupled outbreaks contained by behavior change
 Realtime assessment of the international spreading risk associated with the 2014 West African Ebola Outbreak
 Modeling the case of early detection of Ebola virus disease
 Modeling ring vaccination strategies to control Ebola virus disease epidemics
 Estimation of the number of sickbeds during Ebola epidemics using optimal control theory
 Inverse problems and Ebola virus disease using an age of infection model
 Assessing the Efficiency of Movement
 Restriction as a Control Strategy of Ebola
 Patch models of EVD transmission dynamics
 From bee species aggregation to models of disease avoidance: The \emph{BenHur} effect}
 Designing Public Health Policies to Mitigate the Adverse Consequences of RuralUrban Migration via MetaPopulation Modeling
 Age of Infection Epidemic Models
 Optimal Control of Vaccination in an AgeStructured Cholera Model
 A Multirisk Model for Understanding the Spread of Chlamydia
 The 1997 Measles Outbreak in Metropolitan São Paulo, Brazil: Strategic Implications of Increasing Urbanization
 Methods to determine the end of an infectious disease epidemic: A short review
 Statistical considerations in infectious disease randomized controlled trials
 Epidemic models with and without mortality: when does it matter? Capturing Household Transmission in Compartmental Models of Infectious Disease
 Bistable endemic states in a SusceptibleInfectiousSusceptible model with behaviordependent Vaccination
 Index
 Isbn
 9783319404134
 Label
 Mathematical and statistical modeling for emerging and reemerging infectious diseases
 Title
 Mathematical and statistical modeling for emerging and reemerging infectious diseases
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 Gerardo Chowell, James M. Hyman, editors
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 The contributions by epidemic modeling experts describe how mathematical models and statistical forecasting are created to capture the most important aspects of an emerging epidemic.Readers will discover a broad range of approaches to address questions, such as Can we control Ebola via ring vaccination strategies? How quickly should we detect Ebola cases to ensure epidemic control? What is the likelihood that an Ebola epidemic in West Africa leads to secondary outbreaks in other parts of the world? When does it matter to incorporate the role of diseaseinduced mortality on epidemic models? What is the role of behavior changes on Ebola dynamics? How can we better understand the control of cholera or Ebola using optimal control theory? How should a population be structured in order to mimic the transmission dynamics of diseases such as chlamydia, Ebola, or cholera? How can we objectively determine the end of an epidemic? How can we use metapopulation models to understand the role of movement restrictions and migration patterns on the spread of infectious diseases? How can we capture the impact of household transmission using compartmental epidemic models? How could behaviordependent vaccination affect the dynamical outcomes of epidemic models? The derivation and analysis of the mathematical models addressing these questions provides a wideranging overview of the new approaches being created to better forecast and mitigate emerging epidemics. This book will be of interest to researchers in the field of mathematical epidemiology, as well as public health workers
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 616.001/5118
 510
 Illustrations
 illustrations
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 RA643
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 non fiction
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 Chowell, Gerardo
 Hyman, James M.
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 Communicable diseases
 Communicable diseases
 Epidemiology
 Epidemiology
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 Mathematical and statistical modeling for emerging and reemerging infectious diseases, Gerardo Chowell, James M. Hyman, editors, (electronic book)
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 Includes index
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 Preface  A Reality of Its Own  Modeling the Impact of Behavior Change on the Spread of Ebola  A model for coupled outbreaks contained by behavior change  Realtime assessment of the international spreading risk associated with the 2014 West African Ebola Outbreak  Modeling the case of early detection of Ebola virus disease  Modeling ring vaccination strategies to control Ebola virus disease epidemics  Estimation of the number of sickbeds during Ebola epidemics using optimal control theory  Inverse problems and Ebola virus disease using an age of infection model  Assessing the Efficiency of Movement  Restriction as a Control Strategy of Ebola  Patch models of EVD transmission dynamics  From bee species aggregation to models of disease avoidance: The \emph{BenHur} effect}  Designing Public Health Policies to Mitigate the Adverse Consequences of RuralUrban Migration via MetaPopulation Modeling  Age of Infection Epidemic Models  Optimal Control of Vaccination in an AgeStructured Cholera Model  A Multirisk Model for Understanding the Spread of Chlamydia  The 1997 Measles Outbreak in Metropolitan São Paulo, Brazil: Strategic Implications of Increasing Urbanization  Methods to determine the end of an infectious disease epidemic: A short review  Statistical considerations in infectious disease randomized controlled trials  Epidemic models with and without mortality: when does it matter? Capturing Household Transmission in Compartmental Models of Infectious Disease  Bistable endemic states in a SusceptibleInfectiousSusceptible model with behaviordependent Vaccination  Index
 Control code
 SPR954214702
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 1 online resource (ix, 356 pages)
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 online
 Isbn
 9783319404134
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 unknown
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 computer
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 rdamedia
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 10.1007/9783319404134
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 Mathematical and statistical modeling for emerging and reemerging infectious diseases, Gerardo Chowell, James M. Hyman, editors, (electronic book)
 Note
 Includes index
 Antecedent source
 unknown
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code

 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Color
 multicolored
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents
 Preface  A Reality of Its Own  Modeling the Impact of Behavior Change on the Spread of Ebola  A model for coupled outbreaks contained by behavior change  Realtime assessment of the international spreading risk associated with the 2014 West African Ebola Outbreak  Modeling the case of early detection of Ebola virus disease  Modeling ring vaccination strategies to control Ebola virus disease epidemics  Estimation of the number of sickbeds during Ebola epidemics using optimal control theory  Inverse problems and Ebola virus disease using an age of infection model  Assessing the Efficiency of Movement  Restriction as a Control Strategy of Ebola  Patch models of EVD transmission dynamics  From bee species aggregation to models of disease avoidance: The \emph{BenHur} effect}  Designing Public Health Policies to Mitigate the Adverse Consequences of RuralUrban Migration via MetaPopulation Modeling  Age of Infection Epidemic Models  Optimal Control of Vaccination in an AgeStructured Cholera Model  A Multirisk Model for Understanding the Spread of Chlamydia  The 1997 Measles Outbreak in Metropolitan São Paulo, Brazil: Strategic Implications of Increasing Urbanization  Methods to determine the end of an infectious disease epidemic: A short review  Statistical considerations in infectious disease randomized controlled trials  Epidemic models with and without mortality: when does it matter? Capturing Household Transmission in Compartmental Models of Infectious Disease  Bistable endemic states in a SusceptibleInfectiousSusceptible model with behaviordependent Vaccination  Index
 Control code
 SPR954214702
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource (ix, 356 pages)
 File format
 unknown
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9783319404134
 Level of compression
 unknown
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 c
 Other control number
 10.1007/9783319404134
 Other physical details
 illustrations (some color)
 Quality assurance targets
 not applicable
 Reformatting quality
 unknown
 Sound
 unknown sound
 Specific material designation
 remote
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