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1. <EquationSource Format="TEX">$${\tt surveillance}$$</EquationSource> : An R package for the monitoring of infectious diseases


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2. Monitoring Count Time Series in R: Aberration Detection in Public Health Surveillance


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3. Inference in disease transmission experiments by using stochastic epidemic models


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4. Danish Informatics Network in the Agriculture Sciences The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University

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5. Statistical approaches to the surveillance of infectious diseases for veterinary public health

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6. Decision Making based on Sampled Disease Occurrence in Animal Herds

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7. Methods for evaluating Decision Problems with Limited Information SFB386 Discussion Paper 421 ∗

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8. Aberration detection in R illustrated by Danish mortality monitoring

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10. Decision support for pneumonia management in pig production

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