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Imperial Model Structure: School Allocation

Caveat: These are working blog posts with a lot of “thinking aloud”. I’m a computer science academic studying the engineering of agent based models, not an epidemiologist. 849 more words

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Imperial Model Structure: School Initialisation

Caveat: These are working blog posts with a lot of “thinking aloud”. I’m a computer science academic studying the engineering of agent based models, not an epidemiologist. 1,483 more words

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Imperial Model Structure: Lower Resolution Population Density

Caveat: These are working blog posts with a lot of “thinking aloud”. I’m a computer science academic studying the engineering of agent based models, not an epidemiologist. 487 more words

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Imperial Model Structure: Population Density

Caveat: These are working blog posts with a lot of “thinking aloud”. I’m a computer science academic studying the engineering of agent based models, not an epidemiologist. 2,006 more words

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Imperial Model Structure: Initialisation and Ambulatory Contact Model

Caveat: These are working blog posts with a lot of “thinking aloud”. I’m a computer science academic studying the engineering of agent based models, not an epidemiologist. 1,025 more words

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First Look at the Imperial Model

Caveat: These are working blog posts with a lot of “thinking aloud”. I’m a computer science academic studying the engineering of agent based models, not an epidemiologist. 823 more words

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Replicating "The Imperial Study"

I have several students at various levels working on agent based modelling for biology esp epidemiology. Obviously, the COVID19 study by Ferguson et al at Imperial is probably the single most consequential ABM in history given that it seems to have flipped the UK Government’s response from “let it spread” to “fairly strong lockdown”. 570 more words

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