Age-Structured Model

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Age-Structured Model

Demographics A mathematical model which divides a population into different age classes in order to evaluate the effects of age-dependent infection, morbidity or mortality rates or age-specific vaccination schedules, and other factors.
Epidemiology A mathematical model that stratifies a study population into different age classes. See Population.
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An age structured model for obesity prevalence dynamics in populations
In this way each region has own parameter values, but the same underlying age structured model. In addition, it is clear that the overweight and obesity prevalence is influenced by health policies, economics, culture, and technology.
Age structured model. At first the age structured model including obesity prevalence in the excess weight in human population is constructed.
An age structured model for complications of diabetes mellitus in morocco.
Age structured models have been constructed in other works in order to study several diseases and issues.
(2004) by using a retrospective age structured model to determine natural mortality and recruitment rates of geoduck in these plots.

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