Anylogic apps area:  COVID 19

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אנחנו שמחים שבאפשרתנו לעזור למאבק בקורונה

23.3.2020

"בעזרת תוכנת AnyLogic, אנחנו ממשיכים לייצר יישומים מתקדמים בפרקי זמן מינימלים. מודלים שהיו לוקחים לנו שבועות, לוקחים בעזרת יכולות הכלי ימים בודדים." נאמר על ידי ת', ראש קבוצת 'מוסטנג' ברפא"ל. היישום שפותח, מאפשר למשרד הבריאות למדל את התהליך רפואי של בדיקת COVID-19 במעבדה. מטרת ההדמיה, לסייע בחיזוי יכולת בדיקה ולתכנן את המשאבים הדרושים.

ניתן לייבא ערכי מעבדה על ידי לחיצה על לחצן הניסוי משמאל והעלאת קובץ excel לקלט.

COVID 19: The Good, the Bad and the Agent Based Model

24.06.2020 | Ignacio Brottier

In the middle of the COVID-19 outbreak, simulation models trying to predict its behavior and outcomes are a dime a dozen. Are there any differences between them or is it a “seen one, seen them all” type of deal?In the middle of the COVID-19 outbreak, simulation models trying to predict its behavior and outcomes are a dime a dozen. Are there any differences between them or is it a “seen one, seen them all” type of deal?

In this series of articles, we present the difficulties of developing a good epidemic model, why they are so hard to create, what we believe are the shortcomings of the classic SEIR approach to this problem, and what the advantages are of an Agent-Based Model. We will also share our own fully parameterized and fully adaptable ABM model for you to use and adjust as you wish, as well as the results we’ve obtained from it.

Q&A: Hybrid Dynamic Models in COVID-19 Planning and BeyondQ&A: Hybrid Dynamic Models in COVID-19 Planning and Beyond

08.05.2020 | Lauren Flores

The webinar Hybrid Dynamic Models in COVID-19 Planning and Beyond drew in a record number of attendees and prompted some great questions around the theme of simulation modeling and healthcare planning.

We had the opportunity to host the webinar with Dr. Nathaniel Osgood, a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Associate Faculty in the Department of Community Health & Epidemiology at the University of Saskatchewan. With so many attendees and such a relevant topic, given the current situation, we experienced lots of interaction and great questions for our webinar panelists! Below, you will find the webinar details, the recording, and Dr. Nathaniel Osgood’s Q&A answers.