Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine / 2012 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Outcome Inelasticity and Outcome Variability in Behaviour-Incidence Models: An Example from an SEIR Infection on a Dynamic Network

Figure 1

Three dynamical regimes of the model: ring vaccination (a), widespread vaccination (b), and no vaccination (c). Lines represent the number of susceptibles (solid), efficaciously vaccinated (dashed), dead (dotted), infected (fine dashed), and recovered ( dash- dots) individuals. Baseline parameter values from Table 1 are used except that for the no vaccination regime. For the widespread vaccination regime, ; for all others .