The files in this folder comprise the supplementary material associated with the article "A Behavioral Multispread Epidemic Model" by Carlo Graziani. The files are .mp4 animations of the progress of the variables (s, i, r) across behavior space.
The naming convention is as follows:
The initial part of the filename is 'R=x.x_', where x.x is '1.0', '1.5', or '2.5'. In each case this corresponds to the R0 reporoduction number parameter associated with the corresponding separable solution, as described in the ttext of the article.
The next part of the filename is either 's_', 'i_', or 'r_', which of course refers to "susceptible", "infected", and "recovered/removed", respectively.
There are two types of animation: one denoted by the string 'prob' in the filename and those without. The latter represent fraction of infected, susceptible, recovered, at each point f of the behavior space (the 3-simplex). The former ('prob') files represent the normalized population density of susceptible, infected, recovered individuals.
Another way of looking at the distinction is that an animation displaying a fraction (of 'i', say) shows the probability of finding an infection at the point f, that is Prob('Infection'|f). An animation displaying population density (say 'R=x.x_i_prob.mp4') shows the probability density that an infected individual should be found at f, that is, Prob(f|'Infection').
Please consult Section 5 of the article ("Numerical Study") for a detailed description of the plots displayed in the animations.