Charles J. ModeProfessor Emeritus of Mathematics


19571966  
Member of Department of Mathematics and Genetics Group at Montana State University 

19571959  
Assistant Professor of Mathematics  
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Associate Professor of Mathematics  
19631966  
Professor of Mathematics  
19661970  
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematical Statistics, State University of New York at Buffalo  
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Professor of Mathematics, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA  
1998  
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA  
Research InterestsStochastic models in Biostatistics, Demography, Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases, and Genetics and Bioinformatics, methods of statistical inference and data analysis, branching processes, renewal theory, Markov chains and processes, semiMarkov processes, software engineering, computer intensive methods, Monte Carlo simulation. Books1. MultiType Branching ProcessesTheory and Application, (1971) American Elsevier Publishing Company, Inc., New York, 300 pages, 1971. 2. Stochastic Processes in Demography and Their Computer Implementation, (1985) SpringerVerlag, Berlin, Heideberg, New York, 400 pages, 1985. 3. Stochastic Processes in Epidemiology  HIV/AIDS and Other Infectious Diseases. (2000) World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore., 739 pages.In Association with Amazon.com Recent PublicationsAIDS Incidence and Income in Philadelphia. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 5:11051110, 1992 (with Daniel Fife). AIDS Prevalence by Income Group in Philadelphia. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 5: 11111115, 1992 (with Daniel Fife). Some Laws of Mortality: How Well Do They Fit? Human Biology 65: 445461, 1993 (with Timothy Gage). A Stochastic Model of State Transitions in an Air Space Management System. Journal of Operations Research 42: 262273, 1994 (with E.I. Ringel). On the Formulation and Computer Implementation of an AgeDependent TwoSex Demographic Model. Mathematical Biosciences 118: 211243, 1993 (with M.A. Salzburg). On Some Formulas in a Partnership Model From The Perspective of a SemiMarkov Process. Journal of Mathematical Biology 32: 161169, 1994 (with K. Dietz). An Extension of the GaltonWatson Process to a TwoSex Density Dependent Genetic Model. Proceedings of the First World Conference on Branching Processes. Edited by C. Heyde, Springer Lecture Notes in Statistics. 99:152168, 1995. Threshold Parameters for Stochastic Heterosexual Partnership Models of HIV/AIDS Formulated within Multitype CMJProcesses. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conferences on Mathematical Population Dynamics. Advances in Mathematical Population Dynamics  Molecules, Cells and Man. Editors, O. Arino, D. Axelrod, and M. Kimmel, Series in Mathematical Biology and Medicine, World Scientific, Singapore, New Jersey, London, Hong Kong 6:383405, 1997. On Fitting a NonLinear Stochastic Model Accommodating Heterogeneous Risk Behavior to Public Health on a HIV/AIDS Epidemic, with C. K. Sleeman. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conferences on Mathematical Population Dynamics. Advances in Mathematical Population Dynamics  Molecules, Cells, and Man. Editors, O. Arino, D. Axelrod, and M. Kimmel, Series in Mathematical Biology and Medicine, World Scientific, Singapore, New Jersey, London, Hong Kong 6:453476, 1997. (with C. K. Sleeman) Threshold Parameters for a Simple Stochastic partnership Model of Sexually Transmitted Diseases Formulated as a TwoType CMJProcess. IMA Journal of Mathematics Applied in Medicine and Biology 14: 251260, 1997. Threshold parameters for a simple stochastic partnership model of sexually transmitted diseases formulated as a twotype CMJ process. IMA Journal Mathematics Applied in Medicine and Biology, 14:4, 25160, 1997 Dec On Modelling Contact Structures in HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Heterosexual Populations. To appear in Mathematical and Computer Modelling, (with C. K. Sleeman). SemiMarkov Processes. An invited paper in the Encyclopedia of Biostatistics, EditorsInChief: Peter Armitage, University of Oxford, UK, and Theodore Colton, Boston University, USA, John Wiley & Sons. 5:404551, 1998 A Methodological Study on Fitting a Nonlinear Stochastic Model of the AIDS Epidemic in Philadelphia. Mathematical and Computer Modelling 26: 3351, 1997. (with C. K. Sleeman). A New Design of Stochastic Partnership Models for Epidemics of Sexually Transmitted Diseases with Stages. Mathematical Biosciences 156: 95122, 1999 (with C. K. Sleeman) A Computer Exploration of Some Properties of NonLinear Stochastic Partnership Models for Sexually Transmitted Diseases with Stages. Mathematical Biosciences 156: 123145, 1999. (with C. K. Sleeman) Other LinksInvited Conference Presentations and Report on Prototype of Epidemiological Prediction Engine.Conferences Presentations  Epidemiological Prediction Engine Complete List of Publications

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