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Numerical Simulation of H1N1 Virus Propagation Model Based on Small-world Network

Hong Wang, Ming Yang, Zhidan Lv, Zhaoguo Huang, Liang Wu, Junwei Zeng


The propagation of H1N1 virus exhibits the feature of typical complex network. We have established the small-world network model to study the spread of the H1N1 virus. The simulation results show that the infection probability and the contact probability have important impact on the spread of the H1N1 virus; it has a deterrent effect on the propagation of H1N1 virus taking home self-healing measure as soon as possible.


H1N1 virus, home self-healing, small-world network.

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