2013-Beckley, Ross; Cametria Weatherspoon; Michael Alexander; Marissa Chandler; Anthony Johnson, and Ghan S Bhatt - Modeling epidemics with differential equations.

By Brian Winkel

SIMIODE, Chardon OH USA

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Ross Beckley, Cametria Weatherspoon, Michael Alexander, Marissa Chandler, Anthony Johnson, and Ghan S Bhatt. 2013. Modeling epidemics with differential equations. Class project Tennessee State University and Philander Smith University.

Abstract: Abstract. The well known SIR models have been around for many years. Under some suitable assumptions, the models provide information about when does the epidemic occur and when it doesn’t. The models can incorporate the birth, death, and immunization and analyze the outcome mathematically. In this project we studied several SIR models including birth, death and immunization. We also studied the bifurcation analysis associated with the disease free and epidemic equilibrium.

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  • Brian Winkel (2020), "2013-Beckley, Ross; Cametria Weatherspoon; Michael Alexander; Marissa Chandler; Anthony Johnson, and Ghan S Bhatt - Modeling epidemics with differential equations.," https://simiode.org/resources/7121.

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