Epidemiology: An SIS Model by Mike Martin

On this page, plots of two different populations, susceptible (S) and infected (I), are generated. We assume that an infected individual can recover and become susceptible again. The recovery rate is parameterized by γ. There is a constant total number, N, of susceptible and infected individuals:

The solutions are also projected into the phase plane along with background stream lines. The equations are of the form:

I ' ( t ) = (β / N) S (t) I (t) - γ I (t)

S(0) = S_{0} I(0) = I_{0}

The user inputs positive values of the parameters β and γ. Also, grid bounds, time bounds, and the initial conditions must be specified. Note that the initial conditions are added together to obtain the value of the total population.

Enter in the value of the parameters and select the plotting bounds, then press the "Plot/Evaluate" button.

β =

γ =

S (0) =

I (0) =

0 ≤ t ≤

≤ S ≤

≤ I ≤

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