C. Lagorio

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We study the critical effect of quarantine on the propagation of epidemics on an adaptive network of social contacts. For this purpose, we analyze the susceptible-infected-recovered model in the presence of quarantine, where susceptible individuals protect themselves by disconnecting their links to infected neighbors with probability w and reconnecting them(More)
We propose numerical methods to evaluate the upper critical dimension d(c) of random percolation clusters in Erdös-Rényi networks and in scale-free networks with degree distribution P(k) approximately k(-lambda), where k is the degree of a node and lambda is the broadness of the degree distribution. Our results support the theoretical prediction, d(c) =(More)
We study the statistical properties of the SIR epidemics in heterogeneous networks, when an epidemic is defined as only those SIR propagations that reach or exceed a minimum size s c. Using percolation theory to calculate the average fractional size M SIR of an epidemic, we find that the strength of the spanning link percolation cluster P ∞ is an upper(More)
We study the Susceptible-Infected-Recovered model in complex networks, considering that not all individuals in the population interact in the same way between them. This heterogeneity between contacts is modeled by a continuous disorder. In our model the disorder represents the contact time or the closeness between individuals. We find that the duration(More)
We study the susceptible–infected–recovered (SIR) model in complex networks, considering that not all individuals in the population interact in the same way. This heterogeneity between contacts is modeled by a continuous disorder. In our model, the disorder represents the contact time or the closeness between individuals. We find that the duration time of(More)
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