Optimal disease outbreak detection in a community using network observability

  title={Optimal disease outbreak detection in a community using network observability},
  author={Atiye Alaeddini and Kristi A. Morgansen},
  journal={2016 American Control Conference (ACC)},
  • Atiye Alaeddini, Kristi A. Morgansen
  • Published 2016
  • Mathematics, Computer Science, Biology
  • 2016 American Control Conference (ACC)
  • Given a network, we would like to determine which subset of nodes should be measured by limited sensing facilities to maximize information about the entire network. The optimal choice corresponds to the configuration that returns the highest value of a measure of observability of the system. Here, the determinant of the inverse of the observability Gramian is used to evaluate the degree of observability. Additionally, the effects of changes in the topology of the corresponding graph of a… CONTINUE READING
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