Actuarial Society of South Africa HIV/AIDS models
The Actuarial Society of South Africa HIV/AIDS models, also known as ASSA AIDS models, are a series of mathematical models developed to assist the actuarial profession and the Actuarial Society of South Africa in assessing and addressing the impact of the HIV and AIDS epidemic in South Africa. The models have been developed by the AIDS Committee of the Society and the Center for Actuarial Research at the University of Cape Town in Cape Town, South Africa.
AIMMS
AIMMS is a prescriptive analytics software company with offices in the Netherlands, United States, China and Singapore. It has two main product offerings that provide modeling and optimization capabilities across a variety of industries. The AIMMS Prescriptive Analytics Platform allows advanced users to develop optimizationbased applications and deploy them to business users. AIMMS SC Navigator, launched in 2017, is built on the AIMMS Prescriptive Analytics Platform and provides configurable Apps for supply chain teams. SC Navigator provides supply chain analytics to nonadvanced users.
Analytica (software)
Analytica is a visual software package developed by Lumina Decision Systems for creating, analyzing and communicating quantitative decision models. It combines hierarchical influence diagrams for visual creation and view of models, intelligent arrays for working with multidimensional data, Monte Carlo simulation for analyzing risk and uncertainty, and optimization, including linear and nonlinear programming. Its design, especially its influence diagrams and treatment of uncertainty, is based on ideas from the field of decision analysis. As a computer language, it combines a declarative str ...
Apparent infection rate
Apparent infection rate is an estimate of the rate of progress of a disease, based on proportional measures of the extent of infection at different times. Firstly, a proportional measure of the extent of infection is chosen as the disease extent metric. For example, the metric might be the proportion of leaf area affected by mildew, or the proportion of plants in a population showing dieback lesions. Measures of disease extent are then taken over time, and a mathematical model is fit. The model is based upon two assumptions: if it were not so constrained, the extent of infection would exhi ...
Arditi–Ginzburg equations
The Arditi–Ginzburg equations describes ratio dependent predator–prey dynamics. Where N is the population of a prey species and P that of a predator, the population dynamics are described by the following two equations: d N d t = f N − g N P d P d t = e g N P − u P {\displaystyle {\begin{aligned}{\frac {dN}{dt}}&=fN\,Ng{\left\!{\tfrac {N}{P}}\!\right}P\\{\frac {dP}{dt}}&=e\,g{\left\!{\tfrac {N}{P}}\!\right}PuP\end{aligned}}} Here f N captures any change in the prey population not due to predator activity including inherent birth and death rates. The per capita effect of predators ...
Automated efficiency model
An automated efficiency model is a mathematical model that estimates a real estate property’s efficiency by using details specific to the property which are available publicly and/or housing characteristics which are aggregated over a given area such as a zip code. AEMs have some similarities to an automated valuation model in terms of concept, advantages and disadvantages. AEMs calculate specific efficiencies such as location, water, energy or solar efficiency. The Council of Multiple Listing Services defines an AEM as," any algorithm or scoring model that estimates the of a home without ...
ⓘ Mathematical modeling
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WRFSFIRE
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AIMMS 

Analytica (software) 
Apparent infection rate 
Arditi–Ginzburg equations 
Automated efficiency model 

Backtesting 
Boolean delay equation 
Boolean model of information retrieval 
Bounded growth 
Breath gas analysis 
BuenoOrovio–Cherry–Fenton model 
Calculus of voting 
Cebeci–Smith model 

The Chemical Basis of Morphogenesis 

Chemical reaction model 
Classical control theory 

Color model 
Compartmental modelling of dendrites 

Complex system 

Computational model 
Cumulative accuracy profile 
Deterministic simulation 

Effective selfing model 
Electoral Calculus 
Empirical modelling 

Equationfree modeling 
Excitable medium 

Exponential growth 
Extended Mathematical Programming 
Fractionalorder system 

Generalised logistic function 

Global cascades model 
Grey box model 
History of network traffic models 
Landscape evolution model 

Linear seismic inversion 
LINGO (mathematical modeling language) 

Logan plot 

Lotka–Volterra equations 

Maas–Hoffman model 
Macroscopic traffic flow model 

MAgPIE 
Malthusian equilibrium 
Malthusian growth model 
Mathematical exposure modeling 

Microscale and macroscale models 
Microscopic traffic flow model 
Minimum distance estimation 
Mixed mating model 