SIS-SEIQR adaptive network model for pandemic influenza
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This paper aims to present an SIS-SEIQR network model for pandemic influenza. We propose a network algorithm to generate an adaptive social network with dynamic hub nodes to capture the disease transmission in a human community. Effects of visiting probability on the spread of the disease are investigated. The results indicate that high visiting probability increases the transmission rate of the disease.
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