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A multi-scale, multi-paradigm epidemiological modelling language for investigating Q Fever regional infection dynamics

Abstract : The regional spread of Q fever, an endemic cat- tle zoonosis, relies upon airborne transmission and between-herd trade movements. Our goal was to be er understand the contribution of each pathway to yearly herd incidence by coupling within- and between-herd dynamics. To accelerate model design, explore multiple as- sumptions at each scale with a reduced amount of code to write, and enhance reliability, reusabil- ity and reproducibility, we used a generic frame- work, EMuLsion, which provides a domain-speci c language (DSL) for explicitly describing all compo- nents of epidemiological models, and relies upon a multi-level agent-based architecture to encompass existing modelling paradigms.
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Sébastien Picault, Yu-Lin Huang, Vianney Sicard, Thierry Hoch, Elisabeta Vergu, et al.. A multi-scale, multi-paradigm epidemiological modelling language for investigating Q Fever regional infection dynamics. 6th International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics (Epidemics 6), Nov 2017, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain. 2017. ⟨hal-01705055⟩

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