Simulating the spread of epidemics in China on multi-layer transportation networks: Beyond COVID-19 in Wuhan

@article{Li2020SimulatingTS,
  title={Simulating the spread of epidemics in China on multi-layer transportation networks: Beyond COVID-19 in Wuhan},
  author={T. Li},
  journal={EPL},
  year={2020},
  volume={130},
  pages={48002}
}
  • T. Li
  • Published 2020
  • Geography, Physics, Biology
  • EPL
  • A general-purpose simulator for the spread of epidemics in China is built The Chinese public transportation system between over 340 prefectural-level cities is modeled as a multi-layer network having block structure, with layers representing different means of transportation (airlines, railways, sails, buses), and nodes representing two categories of cities (central, peripheral) At each city, an open-system SEIR model tracks the local spread of the disease, with population in- and out-flow… CONTINUE READING
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