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Extreme behavior is produced by small groups, but affects a large amount of people. The fear, the usual strategy of these groups, influences the decisions of the whole population. In this paper we propose a dynamical mathematical model to study the ideological evolution of the population in a region where some groups want to get political goals through… (More)

In this paper we describe epiModel, a code developed in Mathematica that facilitates the building of systems of differential equations corresponding to type-epidemiological linear or quadratic models whose characteristics are defined in text files following an easy syntax. It includes the possibility of obtaining the equations of models involving age and/or… (More)

Random networks are emerging in epidemiology as a way of simulating more realistic random contact behaviours. A network is a set of nodes representing individuals. Labels or properties may be assigned to each node, for instance, age, sex, state respect to disease (susceptibility, infection, recovery, etc.). Nodes are connected by ties that represent disease… (More)

- Lina Pérez-Breva, Rafael J Villanueva, Javier Villanueva-Oller, Luis Acedo, Francisco Santonja, José A Moraño +3 others
- BMC infectious diseases
- 2014

BACKGROUND
Meningococcal C (MenC) conjugate vaccines have controlled invasive diseases associated with this serogroup in countries where they are included in National Immunization Programs and also in an extensive catch-up program involving subjects up to 20 years of age. Catch-up was important, not only because it prevented disease in adolescents and young… (More)