Hybrid epidemic spreading - from Internet worms to HIV infection
Publisher: UCL (University College London)
Epidemic phenomena are ubiquitous, ranging from infectious diseases, computer viruses, to information dissemination. Epidemics have traditionally been studied as a single spreading process, either in a fully mixed population or on a network. Many epidemics, however, are... View more
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