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Modelling Ebola

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This paper is the combination of a review on the problems of data collection and modelling efforts of the recent Ebola epidemics. After a brief review of data availability, the modelling frameworks have been discussed. Both deterministic and stochastic models have been reviewed and supplemented with a short discussion of some problems of parameter estimation. The methods have been illustrated by a realistic case study. A hint is given for the scope and limits of prediction and control.
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Keywords: COMPLEX SYSTEMS; DETERMINISTIC; EBOLA; EPIDEMIOLOGY; MODELLING; STOCHASTIC

Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 2016-06-01

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