The Use of Screening for the Control of an Endemic Disease
We employ recent results on robust control of uncertain dynamical systems to deduce a screening policy for use by a public health authority in the control of an infectious disease such as gonorrhea.
KeywordsInfected Individual Epidemic Model Public Health Authority Infected Population Endemic Disease
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