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a small-scale representation of something

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one that is worthy of imitation or duplication

to take as a model or make conform to a model

to give form to by or as if by pressing and kneading

conforming to an ultimate form of perfection or excellence

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a type of product

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a person who poses for a photographer or painter or sculptor

representation of something (sometimes on a smaller scale)

a woman who wears clothes to display fashions

the act of representing something (usually on a smaller scale)

plan or create according to a model or models

assume a posture as for artistic purposes

display (clothes) as a mannequin

create a representation or model of

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construct a model of

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worthy of imitation

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Recently, many epidemiological models incorporating both latency and relapse have been extensively investigated and many good results have been obtained (e.
Parameter values for an epidemiological model of dengue Parameter's Notation Baseline value Reference interpretation Mean duration of 1/[delta] 180 (days) [13] cross-protective immunity Relative [[alpha] [greater than or [assumed] susceptibility .
We assume that one way of showing change of behaviour, which is represented in the epidemiological model by the proportion of individuals who withdraw from risky sexual behaviour, p, is by the use of condoms.
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For a long time, this basic epidemiological model was used in analyzing the spread of infectious diseases until other more precise and realistic models were formulated.
Persistence theory has so far focused rather on ecological than epidemiological models.
It will facilitate collaboration between governments and the public health community and provide a basic epidemiological model framework for software developers, enabling them to customise and configure the models based upon their requirements.
If a risk manager knows those factors about a population and a disease, he or she can fairly accurately predict the future course of that disease with a simple epidemiological model.
An early epidemiological model proposed per-contact infectivity to be 100 to 1000 times higher during PHI than during chronic infection.
Michael Kremer, NBER and Harvard University, "An Epidemiological Model of Unions"
As with any epidemiological model the main empirical problem is determining how to quantify transmission rates.
In the epidemiological model the infectious agent is heroin, the host and reservoir are both man, and the vector is the drug-using peer.
The epidemiological model of ageing as due to the interaction of intrinsic and extrinsic factors also warns us that there will be sources of difference between old and young people which are not due to ageing but may be mistaken for it (Table II).
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