Exo-SIR: an epidemiological model to analyze the impact of exogenous spread of infection

  title={Exo-SIR: an epidemiological model to analyze the impact of exogenous spread of infection},
  author={Nirmal Kumar Sivaraman and Manas Gaur and Shivansh Baijal and Sakthi Balan Muthiah and Amit P. Sheth},
  journal={International Journal of Data Science and Analytics},
  pages={1 - 16}
Epidemics like Covid-19 and Ebola have impacted people’s lives significantly. The impact of mobility of people across the countries or states in the spread of epidemics has been significant. The spread of disease due to factors local to the population under consideration is termed the endogenous spread. The spread due to external factors like migration, mobility, etc., is called the exogenous spread. In this paper, we introduce the Exo-SIR model, an extension of the popular SIR model and a few… 



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