Parameter estimation in the SIR model from early infections

08/10/2020
by   Charles Clum, et al.
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A standard model for epidemics is the SIR model on a graph. We introduce a simple algorithm that uses the early infection times from a sample path of the SIR model to estimate the parameters this model, and we provide a performance guarantee in the setting of locally tree-like graphs.

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