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A nonlinear stochastic model of an AIDS epidemic with recruitment of infectives, susceptibles, and AIDS cases into a randomly mixing population of male homosexuals was formulated and studied from a methodological point of view through intensive computer experimentation. Probability generating functions were used to formulate a model for the monthly… (More)
A two-sex age-dependent demographic model is formulated within the framework of a stochastic population process, including both time-homogeneous and time-inhomogeneous laws of evolution. An outline of the parametric components of the system, which expedite computer implementation and experimentation, is also given. New features of the model include a… (More)
Models of discrete systems are often utilized to assist in computer engineering and procurement. The tools for modeling have been traditionally developed using either analytic methods or discrete event simulation. The research presented here explores the use of statistical techniques to augment and assist this basic set of tools.