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Fig. 2 | Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling

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From: Assessing parameter identifiability in compartmental dynamic models using a computational approach: application to infectious disease transmission models

Fig. 2

Model 2: SEIR with asymptomatic and hospitalized/diagnosed and reported – Population is divided into 6 classes: susceptible (S), exposed (E), clinically ill and infectious (I), asymptomatic and partially infectious (A), hospitalized/diagnosed and reported (J), and recovered (R). Class C represents the auxiliary variable C(t) and tracks the cumulative number of newly infectious individuals. Parameter(s) above (or to the left of) arrows denote the rate individuals move between classes. Parameter descriptions and values are found in Table 2

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