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A data driven epidemic model to analyze and forecast the dynamics of COVID-19
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Due to recent evolution of the COVID-19 outbreak, accurate mathematical modelling to capture the dynamics of disease transmission is of vital importance. Since the availability and quality of data differs from region to region, it is very difficult to develop an accurate model from the global perspective. Nevertheless, local predictive models can be developed by collecting data from certain regions. In this thesis, a modified version of Susceptible-Exposed-Infected-Recovered-Dead (SEIRD) differential model ...
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