Interdependency and hierarchy of exact and approximate epidemic models on networks

@article{Taylor2014InterdependencyAH,
  title={Interdependency and hierarchy of exact and approximate epidemic models on networks},
  author={Timothy John Taylor and Istvan Z. Kiss},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={69},
  pages={183-211}
}
Over the years numerous models of $$SIS$$SIS (susceptible $$\rightarrow $$→ infected $$\rightarrow $$→ susceptible) disease dynamics unfolding on networks have been proposed. Here, we discuss the links between many of these models and how they can be viewed as more general motif-based models. We illustrate how the different models can be derived from one another and, where this is not possible, discuss extensions to established models that enables this derivation. We also derive a general… CONTINUE READING

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