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Exploiting Cellular Data for Disease Containment and Information Campaigns Strategies in Country-Wide Epidemics

@article{Lima2013ExploitingCD,
  title={Exploiting Cellular Data for Disease Containment and Information Campaigns Strategies in Country-Wide Epidemics},
  author={A. Lima and M. Domenico and V. Pejovi{\'c} and Mirco Musolesi},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1306.4534}
}
Human mobility is one of the key factors at the basis of the spreading of diseases in a population. Containment strategies are usually devised on movement scenarios based on coarse-grained assumptions. Mobility phone data provide a unique opportunity for building models and defining strategies based on very precise information about the movement of people in a region or in a country. Another very important aspect is the underlying social structure of a population, which might play a fundamental… Expand
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