# Modeling Projects

## Epidemics

### - Modeling superspreaders in epidemics

The first paper is a perspective on superspreaders, published in Nature. The other articles refer to specific models.*Dimensions of superspreading*, by A.P. Galvani and R.M. May, Nature**438**, 293-295 (2005).*Effects of superspreaders in spread of epidemic*, by R. Fujie and T. Odagaki,

Physica**A 374**, 843-852 (2007).*Super-spreaders and the rate of transmission of the SARS virus*, by M. Small, C.K. Tse, and D.M. Walker,

Physica**D 215**, 146-158 (2006).

### - Modeling immunization

*Immunization dynamics on a two-layer network model*, by H.-H. Jo, S.K. Baek, and H.-T. Moon,

Physica**A 361**, 534-542 (2006).

### - Modeling the effect of pathogen mutation on the spread of epidemics

*Epidemics with pathogen mutation on small-world networks*, by Z.-G. Shao, Z.-J. Tan, X.-W. Zou, and Z.-Z. Jin,

Physica**A 363**, 561-566 (2006).

### - Controlling the spread of epidemics

*Simple model for tuberculosis in cattle and badgers*, by D. R. Cox, C.A. Donnelly, F.J. Bourne, G. Gettinby, J.P. McInerney, W.I. Morrison, and R. Woodroffe,

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.**102**, 17588-17593 (2005).

### - Age- and sex-structured models

*Human infection patterns and heterogeneous exposure in river blindness*, by J. A. N. Filipe, M. Boussinesq, A. Renz, R.C. Collins, S. Vivas-Martinez, M.-E. Grillet, M.P. Little, and M.-G. Basáñez,

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.**102**, 15265-15270 (2005).

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