Multi-species SIR models from a dynamical Bayesian perspective

@article{Zhuang2013MultispeciesSM,
  title={Multi-species SIR models from a dynamical Bayesian perspective},
  author={Lili Zhuang and Noel Cressie and Laura Pomeroy and Daniel Janies},
  journal={Theoretical Ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={6},
  pages={457-473}
}
Multi-species compartment epidemic models, such as the multi-species susceptible–infectious–recovered (SIR) model, are extensions of the classic SIR models, which are used to explore the transient dynamics of pathogens that infect multiple hosts in a large population. In this article, we propose a dynamical Bayesian hierarchical SIR (HSIR) model, to capture the stochastic or random nature of an epidemic process in a multi-species SIR (with recovered becoming susceptible again) dynamical setting… CONTINUE READING
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