In-homogeneous Virus Spread in Networks

  title={In-homogeneous Virus Spread in Networks},
  author={Piet Van Mieghem and Jasmina Omic},
Our N -intertwined model [10] for virus spread in any network with N nodes is extended to a full heterogeneous setting. The metastable steady-state nodal infection prob abilities are specified in terms of a generalized Laplacian, that posseses analogous properties as the classical Laplacian in graph th eory. The critical threshold that separates global network infection from global network health is characterized via anN dimensional vector that makes the largest eigenvalue of a modified adjace… CONTINUE READING
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