From: What can urban mobility data reveal about the spatial distribution of infection in a single city?
Parameter | Value | |
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R _{ o} | 1.4 | Basic reproduction number |
σ | 2.0 | Inverse of incubation period |
γ | 0.5 | Inverse of infectious period |
β | 0.7 | Daily force of infection (R_{0}·γ) |
E _{0} | 10 | Initial number of exposures |
\(\delta _{i}^{H}: i \in [1..r]\) | \(\left \{ \frac {1}{20}, \frac {2}{20}, \dots \frac {18}{20}, \frac {19}{20} \right \}\) | Fraction of infections that occur in the home region |
δ _{ C} | \(\left \{ \frac {1}{5}, \frac {1}{4}, \frac {1}{3}, \frac {1}{2}, \frac {2}{3}, \frac {3}{4}, \frac {4}{5} \right \}\) | Fraction of mixing in CBD that involves residents |
N _{ i} | varies | Region resident populations |