Introduction to NetLogo and COVID-19

Topic: Introduction to NetLogo with COVID-19

around 500 words (2/3) – Introduction to NetLogo with COVID-19
around 325 words (1/3) – Future application and limitation

NetLogo to develop an urban micro-simulation model for simulating spread of epidemic disease.

List of References Suggested
Here is a list of references suggested for this group project, which would help you to gain a basic understanding about agent-based modelling & disease spread. Please note that 1) it is NOT necessary for you to include these references in your report, and 2) you should review more relevant papers.
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[2] Venkatramanan S, Lewis B, Chen J, et al. Using data-driven agent-based models for forecasting emerging infectious diseases[J]. Epidemics, 2018, 22: 43-49.
[3] Dunham J B. An agent-based spatially explicit epidemiological model in MASON[J]. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 2005, 9(1).
[4] Parker J, Epstein J M. A distributed platform for global-scale agent-based models of disease transmission[J]. ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (TOMACS), 2011, 22(1): 1-25.
[5] Siettos C, Anastassopoulou C, Russo L, et al. Modeling the 2014 ebola virus epidemicagent-based simulations, temporal analysis and future predictions for liberia and sierra leone[J]. PLoS currents, 2015, 7.
[6] Eubank S, Guclu H, Kumar V S A, et al. Modelling disease outbreaks in realistic urban social networks[J]. Nature, 2004, 429(6988): 180-184.