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—The propagation of influenza through a population is an inherent spatial-temporal process of great importance for modern society. So a spatial explicit epidemiologic model of flu is proposed for a greater understanding of the disease's spatial diffusion through a network of human contacts. The objective of this study is to develop an agent-based modeling(More)
Since AIDS was first discovered, mathematical models of the transmission dynamics of this disease have been developed to determine the drivers of the epidemic. It has become apparent that the most important factor in the propagation of the disease is the aggregate effects of individual behavior and perception of risk in a geographic environment. Agent-based(More)