Barbour, A D (1975). A note on the maximum size of a closed epidemic. Royal Statistical Society. Journal. Series B: Statistical Methodology, 37(3):459-460.
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Daniels successfully approximated the distribution of the maximum number of infectives during an epidemic in a closed population, by reducing the problem to a curved boundary problem for Brownian motion. The purpose of this note is to present a simpler way of tackling the latter problem, using the invariance properties of Brownian motion.
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|Dewey Decimal Classification:||510 Mathematics|
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