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Mohammad Islam
11:16
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Mohammad Islam
27:24
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Audrey Freischel
41:38
This was a great talk. Perhaps you mentioned it but in your phase diagrams, what does the dark blue indicate?
Solveig van der Vegt
45:05
@Audrey Freischel, Thank you! The dark blue area indicates areas of parameter space where there is only non-negative steady state, the stable origin. This is not an area of parameter space that we can reach by adding ICIs, which is why I didn’t mention it, sorry!
Farzad Fatehi Chenar
47:05
In this paper they present a simple method for model identifiability. See if it is a helpful method for your work: https://journals.plos.org/ploscompbiol/article?id=10.1371/journal.pcbi.1008248
Solveig van der Vegt
48:08
@Farzad Fatehi Chenar thank you, I will have a look!
Macauley Locke
56:45
In the final slide where the probabilities have been calculated, are these from simulations?
Martin Lopez-Garcia
58:37
Thanks Macauley! They are samples from Binomial experiments. Each person who infected a dose becomes a Bernouilli experiment
Martin Lopez-Garcia
58:48
with p(Developing Disease | Dose) computed from the within-host model
Martin Lopez-Garcia
59:07
*who inhaled a dose
Macauley Locke
59:29
Ah thank you that makes sense now :)
Martin Lopez-Garcia
01:09:57
No questions from my side, but very nice work!
Math Dept
01:10:07
Thank you all!