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Table 4 Control rankings for uniform centralized management

From: Governance structure affects transboundary disease management under alternative objectives

Initial condition, objective Control intensity
  0.25 0.5 0.75 1
Single case AB, min cases VML, T=C=N M=L, V, T=C=N M=L, V, T=C=N V=M=L, T=C=N
Single case AB, min deaths VML, T=C=N M=L, V, T=C=N M=L, V, T=C=N V=M=L, T=C=N
Outbreak B, min cases MLVredNTC MLVredNTC MLVredNTC VMLCredNT
Outbreak B, min deaths MLVredNTC MLVredNTC MLVredNTC MLVCredNT
Outbreak A, min cases MLVredNTC MLVredNTC MLVredNTC VMLCredNT
Outbreak A, min deaths MLVredNTC MLVredNTC MLVredNTC MLVCredNT
Outbreak A & B, min cases MLV, N=T=C MLV, N=T=C MLV, N=T=C VML, N=T=C
Outbreak A & B, min deaths MLV, N=T=C MLV, N=T=C MLV, N=T=C MLV, C=N=T
  1. Rankings of control types at four different control intensities and four sets of initial conditions (rankings are in order of most effective to least effective). N = no control, V = vaccination, L = isolation, M = medication, C = travel ban for all individuals, and T = travel ban for infected individuals only. Red text reflects scenarios in which no control outperforms a management option