# HG changeset patch
# User Flavio Codeco Coelho
# Date 1336740254 10800
# Node ID 40eff447d69072d8aec6482db36089176e6effe0
# Parent c99c89173109bd7f8f8691fa06c97bffabd2d72f
Added more types of Epidemic models
diff git a/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl b/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl
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http://mapekus.fiit.stuba.sk/mapekus/ontologies/v0.2/publication#Article
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epidemic_model

 http://www.semanticweb.org/ontologies/2011/4/MathModels.owl#Susceptible_Infected_Recovered
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http://www.semanticweb.org/ontologies/2011/4/MathModels.owl#Susceptible_Infected_Recovered
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R(t) is the compartment used for those individuals who have been infected and then recovered from the disease. Those in this category are not able to be infected again or to transmit the infection to others.
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+ http://www.semanticweb.org/ontologies/2011/4/MathModels.owl#Susceptible_Infected_Recovered
+ Susceptible Infected Recovered
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+ http://www.semanticweb.org/ontologies/2011/4/MathModels.owl#Susceptible_Infected_Recovered
+ SIR
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 #Adams2006
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Adams2006
Adams2006
 #Adams_B
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Adams_B
Adams_B
 #Air_borne
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Air_borne
Air_bornes
 #Air_borne
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Air_borne
Air_borne
 #Air_borne
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Air_borne
Also known as the respiratory route, it is a typical mode of transmission among many infectious agents. If an infected person coughs or sneezes on another person the microorganisms, suspended in warm, moist droplets, may enter the body through the nose, mouth or eye surfaces.
 #Birth_rate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Birth_rate
Birth_rates
 #Birth_rate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Birth_rate
Birth_rate
 #Boots_M
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Boots_M
Boots_M
 #Climate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Climate
Climates
 #Climate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Climate
Climate
 #Death_rate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Death_rate
Death_rates
 #Death_rate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Death_rate
Death_rate
 #Direct_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Direct_transmission
Direct_transmissions
 #Direct_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Direct_transmission
Direct_transmission
 #ENSO
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#ENSO
ENSOes
 #ENSO
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#ENSO
ENSO
 #ENSO
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#ENSO
El Niño/La NiñaSouthern Oscillation, or ENSO, is a quasiperiodic climate pattern that occurs across the tropical Pacific Ocean roughly every five years.
 #ENSO
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#ENSO
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ENSO
 #External_forces
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#External_forces
External_forceses
 #External_forces
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#External_forces
External_forces
 #External_forces
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#External_forces
Variables that are external to the system, that influence its dynamics. Climate is the most common natural external forcing of epidemic models
 #Fecaloral_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Fecaloral_transmission
Fecaloral_transmissions
 #Fecaloral_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Fecaloral_transmission
Fecaloral_transmission
 #Fecaloral_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Fecaloral_transmission
Direct contact is rare in this route, for humans at least. More common are the indirect routes; foodstuffs or water become contaminated (by people not washing their hands before preparing food, or untreated sewage being released into a drinking water supply) and the people who eat and drink them become infected. In developing countries most sewage is discharged into the environment or on cropland as of 2006; even in developed countries there are periodic system failures resulting in a sanitary sewer overflow.
 #Force_of_infection
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Force_of_infection
Force_of_infections
 #Force_of_infection
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Force_of_infection
Force_of_infection
 #Force_of_infection
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Force_of_infection
rate at which susceptible individuals become infected
 #Holmes_EC
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Holmes_EC
Holmes_EC
 #Host
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Host
Hosts
 #Host
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Host
Host
 #Host
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Host
Organism which harbors a parasite, pathogen, or a mutual or commensal symbiont, typically providing nourishment and shelter.
 #Humidity
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Humidity
Humidities
 #Humidity
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Humidity
Humidity
 #Immunological_State
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Immunological_State
Immunological_States
 #Immunological_State
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Immunological_State
Immunological_State
 #Immunological_State
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Immunological_State
Possible Immunological states of individuals in an epidemic model.
 #Immunological_State
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Immunological_State
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epidemic_model
 #Incubation_period
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Incubation_period
Incubation_periods
 #Incubation_period
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Incubation_period
Incubation_period
 #Incubation_period
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Incubation_period
average period between the momment of infection and the begining of the infectious period
 #Indirect_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Indirect_transmission
Indirect_transmissions
 #Indirect_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Indirect_transmission
Indirect_transmission
 #Infected
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Infected
Infecteds
 #Infected
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Infected
Infected
 #Infected
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Infected
Denotes individuals who have been infected with the disease and are capable of spreading the disease to those in the susceptible category
 #Kalayanarooj_S
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Kalayanarooj_S
Kalayanarooj_S
 #Latent
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Latent
Latents
 #Latent
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Latent
Latent
 #Latent
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Latent
denotes individuals who have been infected with the disease and are still not capable of spreading the disease to those in the susceptible category
 #Life_History_Transition_Rate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Life_History_Transition_Rate
Life_History_Transition_Rates
 #Life_History_Transition_Rate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Life_History_Transition_Rate
Life_History_Transition_Rate
 #Life_History_Transition_Rate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Life_History_Transition_Rate
Transition rates between immunological or developmental states.
 #Life_expectancy
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Life_expectancy
Life_expectancies
 #Life_expectancy
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Life_expectancy
Life_expectancy
 #Life_expectancy
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Life_expectancy
Expected (in the statistical sense) number of years of life remaining at a given age
 #Mammen_MP_Jr
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Mammen_MP_Jr
Mammen_MP_Jr
 #Mass_action
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Mass_action
Mass_actions
 #Mass_action
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Mass_action
Mass_action
 #Mathematical_Epidemiology
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Mathematical_Epidemiology
Mathematical_Epidemiologies
 #Mathematical_Epidemiology
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Mathematical_Epidemiology
Mathematical_Epidemiology
 #Nimmannitya_S
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Nimmannitya_S
Nimmannitya_S
 #Oral_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Oral_transmission
Oral_transmissions
 #Oral_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Oral_transmission
Oral_transmission
 #Oral_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Oral_transmission
Diseases that are transmitted primarily by oral means may be caught through direct oral contact such as kissing, or by indirect contact such as by sharing a drinking glass or a cigarette.
 #Pathogen
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Pathogen
Pathogens
 #Pathogen
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Pathogen
Pathogen
 #Pathogen
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Pathogen
Causative agent of the disease
 #Proceedings_of_the_National_Academy_of_Sciences_of_the_United_States_of_America
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Proceedings_of_the_National_Academy_of_Sciences_of_the_United_States_of_America
Proceedings_of_the_National_Academy_of_Sciences_of_the_United_States_of_America
 #Rainfall
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Rainfall
Rainfalls
 #Rainfall
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Rainfall
Rainfall
 #Recovered
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Recovered
Recovereds
 #Recovered
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Recovered
Recovered
 #Recovered
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Recovered
Is the compartment used for those individuals who have been infected and then recovered from the disease.
 #Recovery_rate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Recovery_rate
Recovery_rates
 #Recovery_rate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Recovery_rate
Recovery_rate
 #Recovery_rate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Recovery_rate
rate at individuals recover from infection becoming non infective
 #Removed
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Removed
Removeds
 #Removed
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Removed
Removed
 #Removed
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Removed
Is the compartment used for those individuals who have been infected and then recovered from the disease.
 #Seasonality
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Seasonality
Seasonalities
 #Seasonality
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Seasonality
Seasonality
 #Sexual_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Sexual_transmission
Sexual_transmissions
 #Sexual_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Sexual_transmission
Sexual_transmission
 #Sexual_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Sexual_transmission
This refers to any disease that can be caught during sexual activity with another person, including vaginal or anal sex or (less commonly) through oral sex
 #Susceptible
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Susceptible
Susceptibles
 #Susceptible
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Susceptible
Susceptible
 #Susceptible
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Susceptible
Represent individuals not yet infected with the disease at time t, or those susceptible to the disease
 #Temperature
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Temperature
Temperatures
 #Temperature
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Temperature
Temperature
 #Transmission_mechanism
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Transmission_mechanism
Transmission_mechanisms
 #Transmission_mechanism
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Transmission_mechanism
Transmission_mechanism
 #Transmission_mechanism
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Transmission_mechanism
Routes of disease transmission
 #Transmission_mechanism
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Transmission_mechanism
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disease_transmission#Routes_of_Transmission
 #Transmission_rate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Transmission_rate
Transmission_rates
 #Transmission_rate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Transmission_rate
Transmission_rate
 #Transmission_rate
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Transmission_rate
the effective contact rate between susceptible and infected
 #Vector
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Vector
Vectors
 #Vector
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Vector
Vector
 #Vector
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Vector
an organism, often an invertebrate arthropod, that transmits a pathogen from reservoir to host
 #Vector_borne
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Vector_borne
Vector_bornes
 #Vector_borne
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Vector_borne
Vector_borne
 #Vector_borne
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Vector_borne
Transmitted by a vector
 #Vertical_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Vertical_transmission
Vertical_transmissions
 #Vertical_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Vertical_transmission
Vertical_transmission
 #Vertical_transmission
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Vertical_transmission
This is from mother to child, often in utero or during childbirth (also referred to as perinatal infection). It occurs more rarely via breast milk.
 #Water_borne
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Water_borne
Water_bornes
 #Water_borne
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Water_borne
Water_borne
 #Water_borne
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Water_borne
Contaminated water serves as a vehicle for the pathogen access to the host
 #Zhang_C
+ https://bitbucket.org/fccoelho/mathmodelontology/raw/795d675c89cd/EpidemicModeling/EpidemicModeling.owl#Zhang_C
Zhang_C
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+ #SEI
+ The SEI model takes into consideration the exposed or latent period of the disease, giving an additional compartment to the SI model, E(t). In this model there is no recovery.
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+ #SEIR
+ The SIR model discussed above takes into account only those diseases which cause an individual to be able to infect others immediately upon their infection. Many diseases have what is termed a latent or exposed phase, during which the individual is said to be infected but not infectious.
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+ #SEIR
+ Susceptible Exposed Infected Recovered
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+ #SEIS
+ The SEIS model takes into consideration the exposed or latent period of the disease, giving an additional compartment, E(t). In this model an infection does not leave a long lasting immunity thus individuals that have recovered return to being susceptible again, moving back into the S(t) compartment.
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+ #SIRS
+ This model is simply an extension of the SIR model. The only difference is that it allows members of the recovered class to be free of infection and rejoin the susceptible class.
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+ #SIS
+ The SIS model can be easily derived from the SIR model by simply considering that the individuals recover with no immunity to the disease, that is, individuals are immediately susceptible once they have recovered.
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+ #SIS
+ Susceptible Infected Susceptible
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+ #Susceptible_Infected
+ The SI model can be easily derived from the SIR model by simply considering that the individuals never recover.
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+ #Susceptible_Infected
+ Susceptible Infected
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+ #Susceptible_Infected
+ SI
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