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  • Influence
Vaccination and the theory of games.
  • C. Bauch, D. Earn
  • Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 7 September 2004
Voluntary vaccination policies for childhood diseases present parents with a subtle challenge: if a sufficient proportion of the population is already immune, either naturally or by vaccination, thenExpand
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Imitation dynamics predict vaccinating behaviour
  • C. Bauch
  • Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological…
  • 22 August 2005
There exists an interplay between vaccine coverage, disease prevalence and the vaccinating behaviour of individuals. Moreover, because of herd immunity, there is also a strategic interaction betweenExpand
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Stray dog population demographics in Jodhpur, India following a population control/rabies vaccination program.
Animal Birth Control (ABC) is a program by which stray dogs are sterilized and vaccinated against rabies with the aim of controlling both dog population size and rabies. Population size andExpand
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Transients and attractors in epidemics
  • C. Bauch, D. J. Earn
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
  • 7 August 2003
Historical records of childhood disease incidence reveal complex dynamics. For measles, a simple model has indicated that epidemic patterns represent attractors of a nonlinear dynamic system and thatExpand
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Dynamically Modeling SARS and Other Newly Emerging Respiratory Illnesses: Past, Present, and Future
The emergence and rapid global spread of the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) coronavirus in 2002–2003 prompted efforts by modelers to characterize SARS epidemiology and inform controlExpand
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Comparing influenza vaccine efficacy against mismatched and matched strains: a systematic review and meta-analysis
BackgroundInfluenza vaccines are most effective when the antigens in the vaccine match those of circulating strains. However, antigens contained in the vaccines do not always match circulatingExpand
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Group interest versus self-interest in smallpox vaccination policy
The recent threat of bioterrorism has fueled debate on smallpox vaccination policy for the United States. Certain policy proposals call for voluntary mass vaccination; however, if individuals decideExpand
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Evolutionary Game Theory and Social Learning Can Determine How Vaccine Scares Unfold
We analyze a model based on evolutionary game theory that captures this feedback in the context of vaccine scares, and that also includes social learning. Expand
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The impact of human-environment interactions on the stability of forest-grassland mosaic ecosystems
Forest-grassland mosaic ecosystems can exhibit alternative stables states, whereby under the same environmental conditions, the ecosystem could equally well reside either in one state or another,Expand
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Statistical physics of vaccination
A review of theoretical epidemiology with emphasis on vaccination, as it led from classical models assuming homogeneously mixing (mean-field) populations and ignoring human behavior, to recent models that account for behavioral feedback and/or population spatial/social structure. Expand
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