By: Julia on Journal

Re-posted from: http://mschauer.eu/journal/2018/01/19/parameter-inference-for-a-simple-sir-model/

Introduction Mathieu Besançon made a nice blog post on Chris’ DifferentialEquations ecosystem, https://mbesancon.github.io/post/2017-12-14-diffeq-julia/ .

One of the examples is simple model tracking individuals in a population with three states $S$, $I$, $R$.

Let $u = (u_1, u_2, u_2)$ be the vector of individuals in these states.

At any moment an individual of state $A$ can convince a individual of state $B$ to join the fraction $A$ $$ S,I \mapsto 2I $$ This reaction happens proportional to the number of possible pairs $A, B$ which can match up, so proportional to $u_1 u_2$ with proportionality constant $\alpha$.

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