LAboratory of Mathematical Parallel Systems

Implementing Software Architecture

    1. Mosquito Count Simulation for Ontario

    • A web based simulation system developed by LAMPS,┬áV1.0.
    • A Project Supported By PHAC, ERA, CFI/OIT, MITACS and MOHLTC. This is the first version of the simulation system for mosquito counts for Ontario. Using the information of weather (temperature and precipitation) and the surveillance data, we simulate and compare the mosquito counts in each of the health unit in Southern Ontario.

    2. eResources for Modeling Studies of West Nile Virus

    • A web based reference systems for West Nile virus. The eResources provide a collection of information and knowledge base needed to conduct studies in the current research field. Since the modeling of West Nile Virus is a relatively young and active research field, references and access to factual information can help researchers and modelers achieve their objectives. There are a number of authoritative and detailed texts on various aspects of reference materials listed on the web. This link aims to provide an efficient portal for accessing reference materials specific to the needs of the researchers of LAMPS and CDM.

    3. The Observed and Simulated mosquito abundance and MIR for Region of Peel

    • This is a plot of the yearly data observed and simulated mosquito abundance and MIR for the Region of Peel, Ontario 2002-2011.
    • This is a plot of the weekly data observed and simulated mosquito abundance and MIR for the Region of Peel, Ontario 2002-2011.