Bibliometrics

SECTION: SI: Understanding the Spread of COVID-19

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Building Occupancy Simulation and Analysis under Virus Scenarios
September 2022, Article No.: 17, pp 1–20https://doi.org/10.1145/3486898

During the COVID-19 pandemic, regulations on building usage and occupancy density were brought to the forefront, as research indicated that transmission was most likely to occur in indoor environments. Public health officials and building managers had to ...

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COVID-19 and Minimizing Micro-Spatial Interactions
September 2022, Article No.: 18, pp 1–17https://doi.org/10.1145/3486970

COVID-19, the novel coronavirus that has disrupted lives around the world, continues to challenge how humans interact in public and shared environments. Repopulating the micro-spatial setting of an office building, with virus spread and transmission ...

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Human Mobility-based Individual-level Epidemic Simulation Platform
September 2022, Article No.: 19, pp 1–16https://doi.org/10.1145/3491063

COVID-19 has spread worldwide, and over 140 million people have been confirmed infected, over 3 million people have died, and the numbers are still increasing dramatically. The consensus has been reached by scientists that COVID-19 can be transmitted in ...

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Open Access
A High-resolution Global-scale Model for COVID-19 Infection Rate
September 2022, Article No.: 20, pp 1–24https://doi.org/10.1145/3494531

Several models have correlated COVID-19 spread with specific climatic, geophysical, and air pollution conditions, and early models had predicted the lowering of infection cases in Summer 2020. These approaches have been criticized for their coarse ...

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Games in the Time of COVID-19: Promoting Mechanism Design for Pandemic Response
September 2022, Article No.: 21, pp 1–23https://doi.org/10.1145/3503155

Most governments employ a set of quasi-standard measures to fight COVID-19, including wearing masks, social distancing, virus testing, contact tracing, and vaccination. However, combining these measures into an efficient holistic pandemic response ...

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