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Discussion of the paper"Optimal treatment allocations in space and time for on-line control of an emerging infectious disease'' by E. B. Laber, N. J. Meyer, B. J. Reich, K. Pacifici, J. A. Collazo and J. Drake

@inproceedings{Koskinen2020DiscussionOT,
  title={Discussion of the paper"Optimal treatment allocations in space and time for on-line control of an emerging infectious disease'' by E. B. Laber, N. J. Meyer, B. J. Reich, K. Pacifici, J. A. Collazo and J. Drake},
  author={Johan H. Koskinen},
  year={2020}
}
  • Johan H. Koskinen
  • Published 2020
  • Mathematics
  • This very thorough and welcomed contribution demonstrates the use of simulation in modern inference, and engages with several academic traditions, one of which, social network analysis, I would like to add some reflections on. Spread on networks has a long history in social network analysis (Coleman et al., 1957) and, particularly in the health science, there has been much recent attention paid to interventions (Valente, 2012; Morris, 2004). Estimating these processes has prompted the… CONTINUE READING

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