Interpretable travel distance on the county-wise COVID-19 by sequence to sequence with attention

@article{Tian2022InterpretableTD,
  title={Interpretable travel distance on the county-wise COVID-19 by sequence to sequence with attention},
  author={Ting Tian and Yukang Jiang and Huajun Xie and Xueqin Wang and Hailiang Guo},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2206.02536}
}
Background: Travel restrictions as a means of intervention in the COVID-19 epidemic have reduced the spread of outbreaks using epidemiological models. We introduce the attention module in the sequencing model to assess the effects of the different classes of travel distances. Objective: To establish a direct relationship between the number of travelers for various travel distances and the COVID-19 trajectories. To improve the prediction performance of sequencing model. Setting: Counties from… 

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