In 1927, W. O. Kermack y A. G. McKendrick described the first mathematical model for infectious diseases using a set of differential equations. This model is called SIR because of the three states one individual can have. These states are: Susceptible: The individuals that can be infected by the disease Infected: The individuals that have been infected and suffer the disease. Recovered: The indi…
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