Mattia Sensi

Mattia Sensi
National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control | INRIA

Ph.D. in Mathematics

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We study an SAIRS-type epidemic model with vaccination, where the role of asymptomatic and symptomatic infectious individuals is explicitly considered in the transmission patterns of the disease. We provide a global stability analysis for the model. We determine the value of the basic reproduction number R0 and prove that the disease-free equilibri...
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We study a multi-group SAIRS-type epidemic model with vaccination. The role of asymptomatic and symptomatic infectious individuals is explicitly considered in the transmission pattern of the disease among the groups in which the population is divided. This is a natural extension of the homogeneous mixing SAIRS model with vaccination studied in Otta...
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We introduce a Markov Modulated Process (MMP) to describe human mobility. We represent the mobility process as a time-varying graph, where a link specifies a connection between two nodes (humans) at any discrete time step. Each state of the Markov chain encodes a certain modification to the original graph. We show that our MMP model successfully ca...
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We present an SI epidemic model whereby a continuous structuring variable captures variability in proliferative potential and resistance to infection among susceptible individuals. The occurrence of heritable, spontaneous changes in these phenotypic characteristics and the presence of a fitness trade-off between resistance to infection and prolifer...
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The classical Lanchester's model is shortly reviewed and analysed, with particular attention to the critical issues that intrinsically arise from the mathematical formalization of the problem. We then generalize a particular version of such a model describing the dynamics of warfare when three or more armies are involved in the conflict. Several nu...
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We study a fast–slow version of an SIRS epidemiological model on homogeneous graphs, obtained through the application of the moment closure method. We use GSPT to study the model, taking into account that the infection period is much shorter than the average duration of immunity. We show that the dynamics occurs through a sequence of fast and slow...
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We study an SAIRS-type epidemic model with vaccination, where the role of asymptomatic and symptomatic infectious individuals are explicitly considered in the transmission patterns of the disease. We provide a global stability analysis for the model. We determine the value of the basic reproduction number $\mathcal{R}_0$ and prove that the disease-...
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We investigate time scale separation in the vector borne disease model SIRUV, as previously described in the literature [1], and recently reanalyzed with the singular perturbation technique [2]. We focus on the analysis with a single small parameter, the birth and death rate μ, whereas all other model parameters are much larger and describe fast tr...
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We study fast–slow versions of the SIR, SIRS, and SIRWS epidemiological models. The multiple time scale behaviour is introduced to account for large differences between some of the rates of the epidemiological pathways. Our main purpose is to show that the fast–slow models, even though in nonstandard form, can be studied by means of Geometric Singu...
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The basic concepts of the differential geometry are shortly reviewed and applied to the study of VES production function in the spirit of the works of V?lcu and collaborators. A similar characterization is given for a more general production function, namely the Kadiyala production function, in the case of developable surfaces.
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With the premise that social interactions are described by power-law distributions, we study a SIR stochastic dynamic on a static scale-free random network generated via configuration model. We verify our model with respect to deterministic considerations and provide a theoretical result on the probability of the extinction of the disease. Based on...
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We study a fast-slow version of an SIRS epidemiological model on homogeneous graphs, obtained through the application of the moment closure method. We use GSPT to study the model, taking into account that the infection period is much shorter than the average duration of immunity. We show that the dynamics occurs through a sequence of fast and slow...
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We present an SI epidemic model whereby a continuous variable captures variability in proliferative potential and resistance to infection among susceptibles. The occurrence of heritable, spontaneous changes in these phenotype and the presence of a fitness trade-off between resistance to infection and proliferative potential are incorporated into th...
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The Solow-Swan model is shortly reviewed from a mathematical point of view. By considering non-constant returns to scale, we obtain a general solution strategy. We then compute the exact solution for the Cobb-Douglas production function, for both the classical model and the von Bertalanffy model. Numerical simulations are provided.
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We present a characterization of $2$-dimensional Lorentzian manifolds with constant Ricci scalar curvature. It is well known that every $2$-dimensional Lorentzian manifolds is conformally flat, so we rewrite the Ricci scalar curvature in terms of the conformal factor and we study the solutions of the corresponding differential equations. Several re...
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The basic concepts of the differential geometry are shortly reviewed and applied to the study of VES production function in the spirit of the works of V\^ilcu and collaborators. A similar characterization is given for a more general production function, namely the Kadiyala production function, in the case of developable surfaces.
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We study fast-slow versions of the SIR, SIRS, and SIRWS epidemiological models. The multiple time scale behavior is introduced to account for large differences between some of the rates of the epidemiological pathways. Our main purpose is to show that the fast-slow models, even though in nonstandard form, can be studied by means of Geometric Singul...

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