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  • Ebola—challenge and revival of theoretical epidemiology: Why Extrapolations from early phases of epidemics are problematic

    Ebola—challenge and revival of theoretical epidemiology: Why Extrapolations from early phases of epidemics are problematic

    Solution curves of the SEIR model (3). Shown are the numbers of susceptible individuals S(t) (red), exposed individuals E(t) (blue), infectious individuals I(t) (green), and recovered or dead individuals R(t) (black). Expectation values <X(t)> (X ≡ S, E, I, R) are given in full color embedded in one-standard deviation error bands, <X(t)> ± σ(X(t)), with the limits in light color. The dashed lines refer to the solutions of the ordinary differential equation (ODE) (4), x(t) with x ≡ s, e, i, r, and the yellow dashed curve represents d(t) = i(t) + r(t). The disease in this case affects the entire population. Parameters: N = 1000, β = 0.5, k = 0.05, γ = 0.025, which correspond to a high basic reproductive number of R0 = 20. Initial conditions: S(0) = 990, I(0) = 10.

  • Harnessing the complexity of education with information technology

    Harnessing the complexity of education with information technology

    Technology allows a complexity increase of the educational system, rising the quality, quantity, and scope of the education delivered.

  • The long-term extreme price risk measure of portfolio in inventory financing: An application to dynamic impawn rate interval

    The long‐term extreme price risk measure of portfolio in inventory financing: An application to dynamic impawn rate interval

    The mean excess plot of three standardized residual series.

  • Dynamic output feedback consensus of continuous-time networked multiagent systems

    Dynamic output feedback consensus of continuous‐time networked multiagent systems
  • Opinion dynamics with the contrarian deterministic effect and human mobility on lattice

    Opinion dynamics with the contrarian deterministic effect and human mobility on lattice

    The average opinion m(t) evolves as the time step t elapses. The parameters of the system are: n=30,Ps=0.01, and Pm=0.01.

  • Orderings based on the banks set: Some new scoring methods for multicriteria decision making

    Orderings based on the banks set: Some new scoring methods for multicriteria decision making

    Alternative 5 has low Markov score (0.3) but a (relatively) high UNION score (5).

  • Ebola—challenge and revival of theoretical epidemiology: Why Extrapolations from early phases of epidemics are problematic
  • Harnessing the complexity of education with information technology
  • The long‐term extreme price risk measure of portfolio in inventory financing: An application to dynamic impawn rate interval
  • Dynamic output feedback consensus of continuous‐time networked multiagent systems
  • Opinion dynamics with the contrarian deterministic effect and human mobility on lattice
  • Orderings based on the banks set: Some new scoring methods for multicriteria decision making

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