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- Joseph Mueller, M. Kretzschmar, Klaus Dietz
- Mathematical biosciences
- 2000

We consider a simple unstructured individual based stochastic epidemic model with contact tracing. Even in the onset of the epidemic, contact tracing implies that infected individuals do not act independent of each other. Nevertheless, it is possible to analyze the embedded non-stationary Galton-Watson process. Based upon this analysis, threshold theorems… (More)

- Anastasia Henkel, Joseph Mueller, Ch Pötzsche
- Journal of mathematical biology
- 2012

We consider a model for the morphology and growth of the fungus-like plant pathogen Phytophthora using the example of Phytophthora plurivora. Here, we are utilizing a correlated random walk describing the density of tips. This random walk incorporates a delay in branching behavior: newly split tips only start to grow after a short while. First, we question… (More)

- Joseph Mueller, Birgitt Schönfisch, Markus Kirkilionis
- Journal of mathematical biology
- 2000

Based on the description of an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), a particle model is developed describing the most important properties of this epidemic. Also control measures (mass and ring vaccination) are implemented. This model shows the expected behavior in simulations. Since it is impossible to treat this model analytically, we use ideas of… (More)

- Joseph Mueller
- Mathematical biosciences
- 1997

A SIRS model with vaccination is considered. The vaccination is assumed to have side effects (for simplicity, these side effects are modeled as a probability of becoming ill because of vaccination). It is the interest of the total population to minimize the prevalence of disease; hence, the vaccination rate that minimizes the prevalence will be determined.… (More)

Advanced capabilities planned for the next generation of aircraft, including those that will operate within the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen), will necessarily include complex new algorithms and non-traditional software elements. These aircraft will likely incorporate adaptive control algorithms that will provide enhanced safety,… (More)

- Robert P. Goldman, Mark H. Burstein, +6 authors Rusty Bobrow
- SASO Workshops
- 2015

- Kim B. Ritchie, Melbert Schwarz, +4 authors Carl A. Luer
- Front. Microbiol.
- 2017

Elasmobranchs represent a distinct group of cartilaginous fishes that harbor a remarkable ability to heal wounds rapidly and without infection. To date very little work has addressed this phenomenon although it is suggested that antibiotic capabilities associated with epidermal surfaces may be a factor. The study of benefits derived from mutualistic… (More)

- Joseph Mueller
- 2006

- Danielle Hipsky, Elizabeth Parimanath, Joseph Mueller, Mike McGinnis, Stephanie K Wright
- 2014

- Joseph Mueller, Christopher A. Miller, Ugur Kuter, Jeffrey M. Rye, Josh Hamell
- 2016

The U.S. military is researching capabilities for collaborative and highly autonomous unmanned aircraft systems to conduct missions in denied or contested airspace, where multiple teams of aircraft would work together under the supervision of a single operator. One of the key challenges in this paradigm is the need for an effective human-system interface… (More)

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