By Robert Jackson
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In the case of a fatal disease, N = S +1 as R(t) would denote those removed by death and y the per-capita death rate. The K-M threshold theorem establishes (quantitatively) the conditions required for successful disease invasion. This threshold theorem says that a disease will invade whenever its basic reproductive number R0 is interpreted as the number of secondary infectious individuals generated by a "typical" infectious individual when introduced into a fully susceptible population [2,3]. An alternative interpretation is that, in a randomly mixing population, a disease will invade if there are enough susceptibles, that is, if Typically, it has been assumed that either X(N) —f3o/Nor y ( N ) = fi0, and consequently, the interpretation of R0 depends on the definition of A ( N ) [5, 1, 2].
Air War Over Korea by Robert Jackson