Effects of Heterogeneous and Clustered Contact Patterns on Infectious Disease Dynamics

M. Volz, Erik ; C. Miller, Joel ; Galvani, Alison ; Ancel Meyers, Lauren
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002042
  • Subject: Biological Sciences | effects | heterogeneous | clustered | patterns | infectious

<div><p>The spread of infectious diseases fundamentally depends on the pattern of contacts between individuals. Although studies of contact networks have shown that heterogeneity in the number of contacts and the duration of contacts can have far-reaching epidemiologica... View more
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