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Epidemiological Situation Control Opportunities Research

Student: Pavel Panichev

Supervisor: Yulia Grishunina

Faculty: Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Cybernetics

Educational Programme: Specialist

Year of Graduation: 2014

<p>This graduation work has a general overview on the ways to forecast the course of epidemic outbreaks. It takes more closer look on mathematical modelling, in particular SIR model, both deterministic and stochastic. There&rsquo;s analysis of model parameters which one can change through manipulation of disease&rsquo;s risks and protectors. Then the work makes an attempt to approach the epidemic control problem from the point of control theory.</p>

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