Natural Human Mobility Patterns and Spatial Spread of Infectious Diseasese

@inproceedings{Belik2011NaturalHM,
  title={Natural Human Mobility Patterns and Spatial Spread of Infectious Diseasese},
  author={Vitaly Belik and Theo Geisel and Dirk Brockmann},
  year={2011}
}
  • Vitaly Belik, Theo Geisel, Dirk Brockmann
  • Published 2011
  • Physics, Biology, Mathematics
  • We investigate a model for spatial epidemics explicitly taking into account bi-directional movements between base and destination locations on individual mobility networks. We provide a systematic analysis of generic dynamical features of the model on regular and complex metapopulation network topologies and show that significant dynamical differences exist to ordinary reaction-diffusion and effective force of infection models. On a lattice we calculate an expression for the velocity of the… CONTINUE READING

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