A multi-scale model for studying spatial epidemic spreading in an office building

Le, T, Nguyen, A, Nguyen, D, Huynh, N and Amouroux, E 2016, 'A multi-scale model for studying spatial epidemic spreading in an office building', in Proceeding of the 2016 IEEE RIVF International Conference on Computing and Communication Technologies, Research, Innovation, and Vision for the Future, Hanoi, Vietnam, 7-9 November 2016, pp. 199-204.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title A multi-scale model for studying spatial epidemic spreading in an office building
Author(s) Le, T
Nguyen, A
Nguyen, D
Huynh, N
Amouroux, E
Year 2016
Conference name RIVF 2016
Conference location Hanoi, Vietnam
Conference dates 7-9 November 2016
Proceedings title Proceeding of the 2016 IEEE RIVF International Conference on Computing and Communication Technologies, Research, Innovation, and Vision for the Future
Publisher IEEE Computational Intelligence Society
Place of publication Vietnam
Start page 199
End page 204
Total pages 6
Abstract we presented a multi-scale model, by coupliog of three different component models: individual based model (ffiM), spatial moment-based model (SMBM) and equation-based model (EBM), for studying of spreading of infectious disease in a 3D office building. We proposed an up-scaling methodology to derive a SMBM from a given ffiM, and to generate an EBM from the SMBM. Our results showed that the multi-scale model, by taking advantages of the three component models, is able to support different and complementary views of the spreading of infectious disease system. It is, therefore, can be seen as an effective model to describe disease spreading in a heterogeneous environment.
Subjects Simulation and Modelling
Keyword(s) Individual-based models
spatial moment-based models
equation-based models
infectious disease
office building
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