PocketCare: Tracking the Flu with Mobile Phones using Partial Observations of Proximity and Symptoms

7 May 2019 Wen Dong Tong Guan Bruno Lepri Chunming Qiao

Mobile phones provide a powerful sensing platform that researchers may adopt to understand proximity interactions among people and the diffusion, through these interactions, of diseases, behaviors, and opinions. However, it remains a challenge to track the proximity-based interactions of a whole community and then model the social diffusion of diseases and behaviors starting from the observations of a small fraction of the volunteer population... (read more)

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