Effect of the interconnected network structure on the epidemic threshold.

@article{Wang2013EffectOT,
  title={Effect of the interconnected network structure on the epidemic threshold.},
  author={Huijuan Wang and Qian Li and Gregorio D'Agostino and Shlomo Havlin and Harry Eugene Stanley and Piet Van Mieghem},
  journal={Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics},
  year={2013},
  volume={88 2},
  pages={
          022801
        }
}
  • Huijuan Wang, Qian Li, +3 authors Piet Van Mieghem
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    Physical review. E…
    2013
  • Medicine, Physics, Mathematics
  • Most real-world networks are not isolated. In order to function fully, they are interconnected with other networks, and this interconnection influences their dynamic processes. For example, when the spread of a disease involves two species, the dynamics of the spread within each species (the contact network) differs from that of the spread between the two species (the interconnected network). We model two generic interconnected networks using two adjacency matrices, A and B, in which A is a 2N… CONTINUE READING

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