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Using the COMOKIT model to study the impact of the morpho-functional organization of cities on the spread of COVID-19

Abstract : Introduction : Are some urban environments more resistant than others to cope with a pandemic such as the one caused by COVID-19? This question is at the heart of many debates because this pandemic reminds us how vulnerable urban populations can be. It invites us to explore how policies could take advantage of the knowledge of local epidemic dynamics in given morpho-functional contexts to become more place-specific.
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Kevin Chapuis, Patrick Taillandier, Benoit Gaudou, Arthur Brugière, Alexis Drogoul, et al.. Using the COMOKIT model to study the impact of the morpho-functional organization of cities on the spread of COVID-19. 6th International Workshop on Agent-Based Modelling of Urban Systems (ABMUS @ AAMAS 2021), May 2021, Londres, United Kingdom. pp.61-65. ⟨hal-03226688⟩

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