Modeling biological systems using dynamical survival models. Lessons from the recent pandemic.

Authors

  • Grzegorz A. Rempala Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University, United States of America

Abstract

In the talk I will briefly outline the basic idea of the so-called dynamical survival analysis (DSA) which is a framework for using survival analysis methods to build approximate models of individual level ecological dynamics based on mean-field approximations. I will show the DSA connection with the classical agent based models for epidemics as well as certain frailty models that have been successfully applied to analyzing the recent COVID-19 epidemic.

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Published

2022-11-29

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Keynote/Invited Presentations