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Issue No.04 - July-Aug. (2013 vol.28)
pp: 18-25
Wei Duan , National University of Defense Technology
Xiaogang Qiu , National University of Defense Technology
Zhidong Cao , Chinese Academy of Sciences
Xiaolong Zheng , Chinese Academy of Sciences
Kainan Cui , Xi'an Jiaotong University
ABSTRACT
The detection of super-spreading events in infectious disease is crucial for public health emergency response. Here, heterogeneous and stochastic agent-based models explore the mechanism of super-spreading events.
INDEX TERMS
Computational modeling, Stochastic processes, Load modeling, Pathogens, Mathematical model, Stochastic processes, Medical services, Diseases, Emergency services,social networks, Computational modeling, Stochastic processes, Load modeling, Pathogens, Mathematical model, Humans, public health emergency management, epidemiological models, agent-based simulation
CITATION
Wei Duan, Xiaogang Qiu, Zhidong Cao, Xiaolong Zheng, Kainan Cui, "Heterogeneous and Stochastic Agent-Based Models for Analyzing Infectious Diseases' Super Spreaders", IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol.28, no. 4, pp. 18-25, July-Aug. 2013, doi:10.1109/MIS.2013.29
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