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Sustainable and resilient strategies for touristic cities against COVID-19: an agent-based approach

@article{DOrazio2020SustainableAR,
  title={Sustainable and resilient strategies for touristic cities against COVID-19: an agent-based approach},
  author={M. D’Orazio and G. Bernardini and E. Quagliarini},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2005.12547}
}
  • M. D’Orazio, G. Bernardini, E. Quagliarini
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics
  • ArXiv
  • Touristic cities will suffer from COVID-19 emergency because of its economic impact on their communities. The first emergency phases involved a wide closure of such areas to support "social distancing" measures (i.e. travels limitation; lockdown of (over)crowd-prone activities). In the second phase, individual's risk-mitigation strategies (facial masks) could be properly linked to "social distancing" to ensure re-opening touristic cities to visitors. Simulation tools could support the… CONTINUE READING

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