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Modeling Properties of Influenza-Like Illness Peak Events with Crossing Theory
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
The concept of -peak event‖ has been used extensively to characterize influenza epidemics. Current definitions, however, could not maximize the amount of pertinent information about the probabilities of peak events that could be extracted from the generally limited available records. This study proposes a new method of defining peak events and statistically characterizing their properties, including: annual event density, their timing, the magnitude over prescribed thresholds and duration.doi:10.3390/ijgi3020764 fatcat:ecnxc34g4rhqjihtdlcmkdvyjy