This chapter provides a brief overview of methods used for modeling HIV in human populations. It is not intended to be a comprehensive review of the models (which are numerous) but rather a description of major modeling approaches and illustrations of how each has been applied to HIV research.
Simulation modeling of HIV infection---from individuals to risk groups and entire populations
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