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Feb 06, 2013 · Markov models are also specially suited to model behaviors defined over time. The model assumes those behaviors contains a fixed number of inner states. For example, think of a pinch-and-zoom hand gesture. This gesture certainly has some states: at first, two fingers touch the screen; then they start moving far apart.

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May 17, 2014 · The SIR model looks at how much of the population is susceptible to infection, how many of these go on to become infectious, and how many of these go on to recover (and in what timeframe). Another important parameter is R 0 , this is defined as how many people an infectious person will pass on their infection to in a totally susceptible population. The second set of dependent variables represents the fraction of the total population in each of the three categories. So, if N is the total population (7,900,000 in our example), we have

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