Schaefer, "An age-structured model
for the spread of epidemic cholera: analysis and simulation," Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications, vol.
Using the age-structured model
, we back-calculated historical recruitment patterns and compared how the aging methods affected trends in recruitment over time.
Parameters for the logarithm of the adult female rate of demographic variation ofthe age-structured model
We investigated the effectiveness of this measure by using a dynamic age-structured model
. It is the first such model based on epidemiologic data: 1) blood donor activities, 2) a case-control study on CJD, 3) age distribution of recipients, and 4) death of recipients of blood transfusions.
We used Sherman and Runge's demographic information to to build a sex- and age-structured model
with 6 age-classes: juvenile, 1-yr-old, 2-yr-old, 3-yr-old, 4-yr-old, and (5-yr-old (Fig.
Maximizing [V.sub.X] and [V.sub.Y], under the correction, will always tend to increase rather than decrease population growth rates (though this may again be violated in an age-structured model
where parents may have higher reproductive values than new recruits).
This is in excellent agreement with results obtained by Neubert and Caswell  but not with the findings in  where an age-structured model
(2013) also explored the connection between MSY-based RPs using an age-structured model
, although no analytical solution is found in such cases.
Gulf of Mexico using a spatially-explicit age-structured model
Historic recruitment patterns were back calculated using an age-structured model
. Trends in recruitment were independent of the value of M used, although rates were higher when M of 0.036 was applied compared with M of 0.016.
This information is used to implement an age-structured model
considering ages between 1 and 19 years and combined genders.