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A Deep Learning Framework for COVID Outbreak Prediction

  title={A Deep Learning Framework for COVID Outbreak Prediction},
  author={Neeraj and J. Mathew and R. K. Behera and Zenin Easa Panthakkalakath},
  • Neeraj, J. Mathew, +1 author Zenin Easa Panthakkalakath
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • The outbreak of COVID-19 i.e. a variation of coronavirus, also known as novel corona virus causing respiratory disease is a big concern worldwide since the end of December 2019. As of September 12, 2020, it has turned into an epidemic outbreak with more than 29 million confirmed cases and around 1 million reported deaths worldwide. It has created an urgent need to monitor and forecast COVID-19 spread behavior to better control this spread. Among all the popular models for COVID-19 forecasting… CONTINUE READING
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