Exploration de l'effet des types de mobilités sur la diffusion des épidemies

Abstract : The concept of a phenomenon spreading through geographic space is mainly analysed either through contagious diffusion (the spread that requires direct contact between individuals to occur) or through hierarchical diffusion (the spread occurs through an ordered sequence of places). We can extend this analysis by looking at the characteristics of the interaction i.e., the types of mobility. Three categories, which represent the characteristics of the mobility, are tested. These types affect the temporality and the spatial extension of the spread. An agent-based model is proposed to explore the impact of the dynamic nature of the interactions through the mobilities. MOTS-CLÉS : diffusion, types de mobilité, systèmes multi-agents, épidémies.
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Éric Daudé, Emmanuel Eliot. Exploration de l'effet des types de mobilités sur la diffusion des épidemies. 7èmes Rencontres de ThéoQuant, Feb 2005, Besançon, France. pp.17. ⟨halshs-01082646⟩



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