Media publications

  1. A. Wang, Y. Xiao, R.J. Smith?, Dynamics of a non-smooth epidemic model with three thresholds (Theory in Biosciences, 2020, 139(1), 47-65)

  2. C. Chen, N.S. Chong, R.J. Smith?, A Filippov model describing the effects of media coverage and quarantine on the spread of human influenza (Mathematical Biosciences, 2018, 296, 98-112).

  3. R.J. Smith?, The viral spread of a zombie media story (In: Mathematical Modelling of Zombies, R.J. Smith?, ed, The University of Ottawa Press, 2014, pp1-25).

  4. V. Tweedle and R.J. Smith?, A mathematical model of Bieber Fever: the most infectious disease of our time? (In: Understanding the dynamics of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases using mathematical models, S. Mushayabasa and C.P. Bhunu, eds, 2012, pp157-177).

  5. R.J. Smith?, Braaaiiinnnsss: An introduction (In: Braaaiiinnnsss: From Academics to Zombies, R.J. Smith?, ed, University of Ottawa Press 2011).

  6. J.M. Tchuenche, N. Dube, C.P. Bhunu, R.J. Smith? and C.T. Bauch, The impact of media coverage on the transmission dynamics of human influenza (BMC Public Health 2011, 11(Suppl 1):S5).