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The SIR model
also called Compartmental models in epidemiology and has 2 more synonyms

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  1. Standard convention labels these three compartments S (for susceptible), I (for infectious) and R (for recovered)

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  2. Therefore, this model is called the SIR model

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  3. This is a good, simple, model for many infectious diseases including measles, mumps and rubella

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  4. The letters also represent the number of people in each compartment at a particular time

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  5. SIR compartmental model with carrier class, C
    SIR compartmental model with carrier class, C

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