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The comparison merely served to validate our algorithm. 2 Discussion of Table 1 and Figures En’ko then discusses Table 1, exploring how the initial number of susceptibles, J , and the transmission parameter A affect the course of the epidemic. He writes: “[I]f by chance or as a consequence of the applied measures the disease disappears for some years, then the number of susceptibles reaches up to one-half of the total population or more; at a new entry of a patient a big epidemic will occur (Nos.
18) sτ dt 2 Note that the =-sign should strictly be replaced by the ≈-sign (“approximately is”) because of the approximation exp (u(t)) ≈ 1 + u(t). 18) is followed by the statement: √“Thus small epidemics under the conditions assumed are cyclic and period = 2π sτ ” (p. 40, first sentence) where s = m a . This may, for the uninitiated, seem utterly obscure. It can, however, be justified as follows. After subtracting u(t) sτ from both sides, Eq. 18) becomes d 2 u(t) 1 = − u(t). 19) sτ dt 2 What this really tells us is this: The second derivative of the function u(t) (left-hand side) is the negative of that function, divided by sτ (right-hand side).
Say by 2,200 susceptibles”. What modern interpretation of “comparative insusceptibility of young infants” could immunological considerations offer? Referring to the only figure of the article, Hamer then infers important epidemiologic features of measles in London, based on the stated assumptions and estimates epidemiologic quantities. The x-axis of the graph (M to N ) is the time axis, and y-axis represents a rate. For the epidemic curve this would be the measles incidence rate, for the horizontal line (D to E) the rate at which susceptibles are added, which is constant.