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734, first column, beginning of second paragraph) This clearly demonstrates that the idea of the crucial role “accumulation of susceptibles” in the periodicity of infectious disease incidence was ripe by the time of Hamer’s lecture. Hamer then importantly notes: “The problem (in the case of measles in a large community) is simplified for the reasons that we are dealing with an obligatory parasite. [. . ” (p. b Why is the being an “obligatory parasite” and full immunity after infection important in this context?
Therefore, there are N − 1 rather than N possible contacts for each individual of that population. 2) suggest a discrete time model: while a given individual comes in contact with other members of the population, the number of infecteds remains constant. Presumably, an infectious contact would, possibly with a delay (latent period), result in an increase of the number of infecteds. If this were a continuous time model, more complicated expressions would result. The contacts would have to be indexed by time to relate them to the relevant numbers of infecteds.
Bradley, Smallpox Inoculation: An Eighteenth Century Mathematical Controversy: Translation and Critical Commentary by L. Bradley, University of Nottingham, Dept. of Adult Education [Matlock], ISBN 0902031236, 1971.  K. Dietz, J. Heesterbeek, Bernoulli was ahead of modern epidemiology, Nature 408 (6812) (2000) 513–514.  K. Dietz, J. Heesterbeek, Daniel Bernoulli’s epidemiological model revisited, Mathematical Biosciences 180 (1) (2002) 1–21. D. D. En’ko’s paper , is the first “true” description of a transmission model is of uncertain truth.