Vol. 6, Issue 6, Part A (2019)
Mosquito-borne diseases simulated by cellular automata: A review
Author(s): Gerardo Ortigoza, Fred Brauer and Alberto Lorandi
Abstract: In this work we review cellular automata models that have been proposed to simulate mosquito-borne disease spread. We summarize some of the strengths or weaknesses of the different cellular automata models. We classify the models according to: those that include human mobility, type of compartmental model, simulations of hypothetical scenarios or those that use real data to fit the model, use of geographic information systems, population densities, seasonality and control strategies to prevent the diseases spread.
Left ode model, right ca model simulation, mosquitos per human, 766000 total human population, human mobility probability
How to cite this article:
Gerardo Ortigoza, Fred Brauer and Alberto Lorandi. Mosquito-borne diseases simulated by cellular automata: A review. International Journal of Mosquito Research. 2019; 6(6): 31-38.