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Title: Epidemic spreading in partial dynamic networks
Authors: Zhou, Y.
Zhou, J. 
Keywords: Cluster Coefficient
Partial Dynamic Network
Unequal Footing
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: Zhou, Y.,Zhou, J. (2012). Epidemic spreading in partial dynamic networks. Chinese Control Conference, CCC : 1190-1194. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In a society, some social contacts are stable which can preserve for a long time, while others are unstable which persist only for a short time. In this paper, we study the epidemic spreading on a network, referred as partial dynamic network, in which most connections are stable while the others are dynamic. Our analysis and simulations reveal that a larger fraction of dynamic connections may lead a larger epidemic size. Moreover, we study the influence of the cluster coefficient to the epidemic spreading on the partial dynamic network and find that higher clustering may lead to a smaller epidemic size. A simple analysis is given to explain these findings. © 2012 Chinese Assoc of Automati.
Source Title: Chinese Control Conference, CCC
ISBN: 9789881563811
ISSN: 19341768
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