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Competitive epidemic networks with multiple survival-of-the-fittest outcomes

@article{Ye2021CompetitiveEN,
  title={Competitive epidemic networks with multiple survival-of-the-fittest outcomes},
  author={Mengbin Ye and Brian Anderson and Axel Janson and Sebin Gracy and Karl Henrik Johansson},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2111.06538}
}
We use a deterministic model to study two competing viruses spreading over a two-layer network in the Susceptible–Infected–Susceptible (SIS) framework, and address a central problem of identifying the winning virus in a “survival-of-the-fittest” battle. Existing sufficient conditions ensure that the same virus always wins regardless of initial states. For networks with an arbitrary but finite number of nodes, there exists a necessary and sufficient condition that guarantees local exponential… 

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