From: Mathematical models for devising the optimal Ebola virus disease eradication

Parameters | Definition |
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á
| The isolation rate, i.e. the rate of people moved from the infective group to the hospital isolated group |

\(\hat{a}\) | The infection rate, i.e. the rate of the susceptible population get infected |

\(\tilde{a}_{E}\) | The outflow rate of early stage infected group, i.e. the rate that early infected people turn advanced infected |

\(\tilde{a}_{L}\) | The outflow rate of advanced infected group, i.e. the rate that advanced infected people die of the disease |

ό
| The outflow rate of the incubation group to the early stage infective group |

ù
| The outflow rate of the isolation group, that is the rate of isolated patients get cured. |

N
| The total population |

Nc(t) | Number of other household in other countries of one un-hospitalized infected people at time t; |

c
| Comprehensive treatment and immunization rate |

\(\Delta\) | The ratio of the case input (<0) or the output (>0) |