SLIRS

AcronymDefinition
SLIRSSingle Link Interface Requirement Specification (TADIL related)
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They have five features: (a) discrete time interval dt is assumed to be one day; (b) at time t, the population of interest is divided into four compartments--S(t), L(t), I(t), and R(t)--corresponding to the four epidemiological statuses; since our SLIR model is a closed system, S(t) + L(t) + I(t) + R(t) = 2V, with N a constant representing the entire population; (c) transmission rate [beta] is a constant representing how fast Susceptible individuals become infected and acquire a Latent status; (d) latent rate [theta] is a constant used to determine transformation speed from Latent to Infected; and (e) removal rate a is a constant used to determine transformation speed from Infected to Recovered.
The extended SLIR model can be expressed as (2a)-(2h).
The SLIR compartmental model in layer 1 represents a general epidemiological model for all droplet-transmitted respiratory infections.