In Statistical Inference in a Stochastic Epidemic SEIR Model with Control Intervention, a more complex model than the one we’ve seen yesterday was considered (and is called the SEIR model). Consider a population of size , and assume that is the number of susceptible, the number of exposed, the number of infectious, and for the number recovered (or immune) individuals, Between and , the transition rate is , where is the average number of contacts per person per time, multiplied by the probability of … Continue …