The Impact of Human Location-Specific Contact Pattern on the SIR epidemic Transmission between Populations

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The structured-population model is extensively used to study the complexity of epidemic dynamics. In many seminal researches, the impact of human mobility on the outbreak threshold has been profoundly studied, with the general assumption that the human contact pattern is mixing homogeneously. As the individual contact is assumed uniform among different… (More)
DOI: 10.1142/S0218127413500958

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@article{Wang2013TheIO, title={The Impact of Human Location-Specific Contact Pattern on the SIR epidemic Transmission between Populations}, author={Lin Wang and Yan Zhang and Zhen Wang and Xiang Li}, journal={I. J. Bifurcation and Chaos}, year={2013}, volume={23} }