Epidemiological Complex Networks: A Survey





complex network, community detection, Epidemiological, metadata, covid-19


     In this review paper, several research studies were surveyed to assist future researchers to identify available techniques in the field of infectious disease modeling across complex networks. Infectious disease modelling is becoming increasingly important because of the microbes and viruses that threaten people’s lives and societies in all respects. It has long been a focus of research in many domains, including mathematical biology, physics, computer science, engineering, economics, and the social sciences, to properly represent and analyze spreading processes. This survey first presents a brief overview of previous literature and some graphs and equations to clarify the modeling in complex networks, the detection of societies and their medical information, the identification of nodes, the method of communication with individuals and their spread, the analysis of their transmission through complex networks, and the detection of mathematical methods over the past century. Secondly, the types of epidemiological models and complex networks and the extent of their impact on humans are presented.






Computer Science

How to Cite

Epidemiological Complex Networks: A Survey. (2023). Iraqi Journal of Science, 64(8), 4208-4227. https://doi.org/10.24996/ijs.2023.64.8.40

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