Representing the UK's cattle herd as static and dynamic networks\ud

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Vernon, Matthew C.; Keeling, Matthew James;

Network models are increasingly being used to understand the spread of diseases through sparsely connected populations, with particular interest in the impact of animal movements upon the dynamics of infectious diseases. Detailed data collected by the UK government on t... View more
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