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Identifiability analysis of an epidemiological model in a structured population

Abstract : We investigate the parameter identifiability problem for a system of nonlinear integropartial differential equations of transport type, representing the spread of a disease with a long infectious but undetectable period in an animal population. After obtaining the expression of the model input-output (IO) relationships, we give sufficient conditions on the initial and boundary conditions of the system that guarantee the parameter identifiability on a finite time horizon. We finally illustrate our findings with numerical simulations
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Antoine Perasso, Béatrice Laroche, Suzanne Touzeau. Identifiability analysis of an epidemiological model in a structured population. [Technical Report] 2009-5, 2009. ⟨hal-02824583⟩

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