Stochastic Modeling and Combined Spatial Pattern Analysis of Epidemic Spreading

@inproceedings{Chadsuthi2011StochasticMA,
  title={Stochastic Modeling and Combined Spatial Pattern Analysis of Epidemic Spreading},
  author={Sudarat Chadsuthi and Wannapong Triampo and Charin Modchang and Paisan Kanthang and Darapond Triampo and Narin Nuttavut},
  year={2011}
}
We present analysis of spatial patterns of generic disease spread simulated by a stochastic long-range correlation SIR model, where individuals can be infected at long distance in a power law distribution. We integrated various tools, namely perimeter, circularity, fractal dimension, and aggregation index to characterize and investigate spatial pattern formations. Our primary goal was to understand for a given model of interest which tool has an advantage over the other and to what extent. We… CONTINUE READING

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