SIS evolutionary game model and multi-agent simulation of an infectious disease emergency. RESULTS: According to replicator dynamics equations as well as the multi-agent model simulation, the public all eventually adopted the mobility strategy. In addition, the supervision strength of the governmental sectors was equal to 0 after the strength fluctuated at a low level under the trigger.
The simulation result shows that the Earth's population has been decimated with the disease, and that there are only 7,5 million people left on Earth. Infectious Disease Model Inspiration for the model: The Last of Us, a video game for PlayStation 4.
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Activity 7: Disease Transmission Simulation. Students will model the spread of HIV (and other infectious diseases) through “fluid exchange”. Each student will transfer the contents of their water cup to other students’ water cups. One cup will be “contaminated” with baking soda (for a basic pH). Indication of the pathogen will be visualized by phenolphthalein color change. Students.
The simulation begins with a single school-age child contracting measles, and shows the possible spread of the disease in the six months after the initial case. Red dots show the location of infectious people, and blue dots show the location of recovered people. If more than a few cases appear, herd immunity has been lost, and the disease spreads easily. If only a few cases appear, herd.
The economics of infectious diseases is an exciting field of research that requires a multidisciplinary approach integrating insights from health economics, behavioral economics, econometrics, sociology, psychology, implementation science, and infectious disease modeling. If we manage this integration well, we can tackle some of the major challenges the world will face over the next decades.
Because infectious diseases primarily affect poor people in poor countries, the topic of infectious disease is closely connected to the topic of justice. There are numerous reasons why the poor are more susceptible and vulnerable to infectious diseases. Malnutrition weakens immune systems, for example, making infection and progression to severe illness more likely. Crowded living and working.
Disease Transmission: Contributing Factors. Buzz Buzz Bite! A Disease Transmission Simulation Game. Students simulate person-to-person disease transmission of the chikungunya virus by mosquitoes, record exchange data and trace back transmission pathways to determine the index patient or Patient Zero. Teacher Notes; Student Lab; Data Charts.