Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine / 2012 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

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

Figure 2

The effect of changing the turnover rate, . Subpanel (a) shows the average final sizes of the number of susceptible (solid line) and efficaciously vaccinated (dashed line); subpanel (b) shows the average final sizes of the number of recovered (solid line) and dead (dashed line) individuals only, for the same parameter values but a different vertical scale. Bars represent one standard deviation across the 50 realizations. The standard deviation bars for susceptible nodes are not shown for clarity; they are close in magnitude to those for the number vaccinated.
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