5 edition of Stochastic modeling of AIDS epidemiology and HIV pathogenesis found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||RA643.8 .T36 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 431 p. :|
|Number of Pages||431|
|LC Control Number||2001267087|
HIV-Hepatitis Interactions. Persons infected with HIV are also often at risk of having HBV or HCV infections. The primary reason for this is that risk factors for these pathogens are very similar (e.g., drug use) (Sulkowski ).Co-infection leads to faster rate of liver failure (Chen, Feeney, and Chung ).If HBV or HCV leads to more rapid progression to AIDS and HIV-mediated death. Author summary The speed at which HIV-1 evolves within individuals and across epidemics is substantially different. Identifying the mechanisms shaping this phenomenon has important implications for understanding disease severity and transmission of HIV-1, especially when considering the spread of viruses that are resistant to drugs or natural host defenses in the by: 8. In the human body, the appearance of tumor cells usually turns on the defensive immune mechanisms. It is therefore of great importance to understand links between HIV related immunosuppression and cancer prognosis. In the paper we present a simple model of HIV related cancer - immune system interactions in vivo which takes into account a delay describing the time needed by CD$4^+$ T lymphocyte Cited by: 8.
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The book is unique in several ways: (1) it uses stochastic difference and differential equations to present the stochastic models of the HIV epidemic and HIV pathogenesis; in this sense, the deterministic models are considered as special cases when the numbers of different type of people or cells are very large; (2) it provides a critical Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Errata slip inserted.
Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: 1. Introduction Some basic concepts and stochastic processes for modeling the AIDS epidemic and the HIV pathogenesis Some stochastic transmission models of the HIV epidemic Statistical modeling of the HIV epidemic This book discusses systematically treatment on the development of stochastic, statistical and state space models of the HIV epidemic and of HIV pathogenesis in Stochastic modeling of AIDS epidemiology and HIV pathogenesis book individuals, and presents the applications of these models.
The book is unique in several ways: (1) it uses stochastic. This book Stochastic modeling of AIDS epidemiology and HIV pathogenesis book systematically treatment on the development of stochastic, statistical and state space models of the HIV epidemic and of HIV pathogenesis in HIV-infected individuals, and presents the applications of these models.
The book is unique in several ways: (1) it uses stochastic. AIDS Stochastic Models Stochastic modeling of AIDS epidemiology and HIV pathogenesis For shortness and simplicity we will mainly concentrate on the case of the Human Immuno-Deficiency Author: Wai-Yuan Tan.
This book presents the rich diversity of applications of stochastic processes in the sciences. Organized into nine chapters, this book begins with an overview of diverse types of stochastic models, which predicts a set of possible outcomes weighed by their likelihoods or probabilities.
Stochastic processes in epidemiology: HIV/AIDS, other infectious diseases, and computers Charles J Mode, Candace K Sleeman This text deals with different modern topics in probability, statistics and operations research.
Tremendous progress has been made in our understanding of the multiplication and pathogenesis of the human immunodeficiency virus, the causative agent of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). In this book, we have solicited papers from world experts on models of AIDS epidemics and HIV pathogenesis under intervention.
The topics include deterministic models, stochastic models, state space models and statistical methods for antiviral Stochastic modeling of AIDS epidemiology and HIV pathogenesis book and AIDS vaccines. Read "Book Reviews, Biometrics" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
Modeling Survival Data: Extending the Cox Model. TAN, W.‐Y. Stochastic Modeling of AIDS Epidemiology and HIV Stochastic modeling of AIDS epidemiology and HIV pathogenesis book.
CHATFIELD, C. Time‐Series Forecasting. As another feature, the book develops many state space models for many genetic problems, carcinogenesis, AIDS epidemiology and HIV pathogenesis. It shows in detail how to use the multilevel Gibbs sampling method to estimate (or predict) simultaneously the state variables and the unknown parameters in cancer chemotherapy, carcinogenesis, AIDS.
As another feature, the book develops many state space models for many genetic problems, carcinogenesis, AIDS epidemiology and HIV pathogenesis.
It shows in detail how to use the multilevel Gibbs sampling method to estimate (or predict) simultaneously the state variables and the unknown parameters in cancer chemotherapy, carcinogenesis, AIDS Brand: World Scientific Publishing Company.
A state space model for HIV pathogenesis under anti-viral drugs and applications, In Deterministic and Stochastic Models of AIDS Epidemic and HIV with Interventions (Eds., W.
Tan and H. Wu), Chapter 14 World Scientific, River Edge, New : Wai-Yuan Tan, Ping Zhang, Xiaoping Xiong, Pat Flynn. Stochastic modeling is one of the promising kinds of modeling in applied probability theory. This book is intended to introduce basic stochastic processes: Poisson pro cesses, renewal processes, discrete-time Markov chains, continuous-time Markov chains, and Markov-renewal processes.
Author(s): Tan,W Y, Title(s): Stochastic modeling of AIDS epidemiology and HIV pathogenesis/ Tan Wai-yuan. Country of Publication: Singapore Publisher: Singapore. Tan, W.Y. (), Stochastic Modeling of AIDS Epidemiology and HIV Pathogenesis, World Press.
Nowak MA and May RM, Virus Dynamics: Mathematical Principles of Immunology and Virology, Oxford University Press, Callaway DS, Perelson AS. HIV-1 infection and low steady state viral loads. Bulletin of mathematical Biology ; Stochastic modeling of AIDS epidemiology and HIV pathogenesis / Tan Wai-yuan.
RA T36 Development challenges of HIV/AIDS in small states: experiences from the Pacific, Southern Africa and the Caribbean / Karl Theodore, Mahendra Reddy and Happy Siphambe. Lee "Stochastic Models with Applications to Genetics, Cancers, AIDS and Other Biomedical Systems" por Wai-Yuan Tan disponible en Rakuten Kobo.
This book presents a systematic treatment of Markov chains, diffusion processes and state space models, as well as alter Brand: World Scientific Publishing Company.  S.
Yi, Ulsoy, G. and Nelson, P. Controllability and Observability for HIV drug therapy models (submitting) Book Reviews and Book Chapters. Siam Reviews Stochastic Modeling of AIDS Epidemiology and HIV Pathogenesis by Tan Wai-Yuan.
Mathematical Reviews The Geometry of Biological Time by A. Winfree. Return to Home. Tan has published 8 books and over research papers and book chapters covering a wide range of topics of probability and statistics including Bayesian inferences, robust inferences, multivariate analysis, mathematical genetics, biostatistics, stochastic modeling of cancer, AIDS, HIV pathogenesis, cancer biostatistics and cancer risk.
Early life and education. Longini was born in Cincinnati, received his Ph.D. in Biometry and Biomathematics at the University of Minnesota in Career. Longini began his career with the International Center for Medical Research and Training and the Universidad del Valle in Cali, Colombia, where he worked on tropical infectious disease problems and taught courses in biomathematics.
Stochastic Modeling of AIDS Epidemiology and HIV Pathogenesis by W.-Y. Tan Stochastic Modeling of AIDS Epidemiology and HIV Pathogenesis by W.-Y.
Tan (pp. ) Review by: J. Gani. As another feature, the book develops many state space models for many genetic problems, carcinogenesis, AIDS epidemiology and HIV pathogenesis. It shows in detail how to use the multilevel Gibbs sampling method to estimate (or predict) simultaneously the state variables and the unknown parameters in cancer chemotherapy, carcinogenesis, AIDS.
Abstract. The interactions between the human immune system and HIV are potentially complex. In this paper I review some of these interactions and sketch the beginnings of a general model that can potentially account for many of the immunological consequences of HIV by: Studies of HIV dynamics in AIDS research are very important for understanding pathogenesis of HIV infection and for assessing the potency of antiviral therapies.
Since the viral dynamic results fro Cited by: AIDS Epidemiology: A Quantitative Approach (Monographs in Epidemiology and Biostatistics ; V. 22) Ron Brookmeyer (Author), Mitchell H.
Gail (Author) AIDS has appeared in more than countries, and overcases of AIDS have been reported in the U.S. alone. Stochastic models of the Tat positive-feedback loop Background on stochastic fluctuations and stochastic versus ODE modeling. Stochastic ‘noise’ arises from random thermal fluctuations in the concentration of protein, RNA, or other molecules within the cell and is an unavoidable aspect of life at the single-cell by: There is extensive literature on mathematical modeling of HIV-1 intracellular dynamics (), intercellular viral transmission (3, 5, 7, 25), and HIV-1we argue thatthe coupling of mathematical modeling with time-lapse microscopy experiments is a powerful method to differentiate between alternate models and shows that the Cited by: Mathematical models have proven valuable in understanding the dynamics of HIV-1 infection in vivo.
By comparing these models to data obtained from patients undergoing antiretroviral drug therapy, it has been possible to determine many quantitative features of the interaction between HIV-1, the virus that causes AIDS, and the cells that are infected by the by: Download stochastic processes in epidemiology or read online here in PDF or EPUB.
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The emergence and reemergence of infectious diseases is influenced by the genetics of the infectious agents, the genetics of their hosts and potential new host species, and a considerable number of environmental factors ().The current view proposes a strong stochastic (chance) component regarding the time, place, severity, and epidemiologic impact of infectious disease emergences (2,3).
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Mathematical models of HIV infection and treatment have provided quantitative insights into the main biological processes that underlie HIV pathogenesis and helped establish the treatment of patients with combination therapy.
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