Professor Nathaniel Osgood of the Computational Epidemiology and Public Health Informatics Lab at the University of Saskatchewan demonstrates how new hybrid simulation-based modeling and machine-learning help provide insight and decision support when applied to challenges such as the COVID-19 outbreak.
- Overview of the role of hybrid modeling
- Vignette 1: System Dynamics, Agent Based Modeling, and Discrete Event Systems for capacity planning and PPE use
- Vignette 2: System dynamics, machine learning, and data streaming for daily status updates, projections, and what-if scenarios
- Vignette 3: Agent based and discrete event modeling for evaluation of detailed portfolios
- Conclusion and Q&A