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A population data-driven workflow for COVID-19 modeling and learning

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CityCOVID is a detailed agent-based model that represents the behaviors and social interactions of 2.7 million residents of Chicago as they move between and colocate in 1.2 million distinct places, including households, schools, workplaces, and hospitals, as determined by individual hourly activity schedules and dynamic behaviors such as isolating because of symptom onset. Disease progression dynamics incorporated within each agent track transitions between possible COVID-19 disease states, based on heterogeneous agent attributes, exposure through colocation, and effects of protective behaviors of individuals on viral transmissibility. Throughout the COVID-19 epidemic, CityCOVID model outputs have been provided to city, county, and state stakeholders in response to evolving decision-making priorities, while incorporating emerging information on SARS-CoV-2 epidemiology. Here we demonstrate our efforts in integrating our high-performance epidemiological simulation model with large-scale machine learning to develop a generalizable, flexible, and performant analytical platform for planning and crisis response.

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hal-03473359 , version 1 (09-12-2021)

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Jonathan Ozik, Justin Wozniak, Nicholson Collier, Charles Macal, Mickael Binois. A population data-driven workflow for COVID-19 modeling and learning. International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications, 2021, 35 (5), pp.483-499. ⟨10.1177/10943420211035164⟩. ⟨hal-03473359⟩
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