UserPoint-MAG: Abordagem de rede multicamada para o estudo de propagação de contágio no transporte público

  • Priscila Santin UTFPR
  • Fernanda R. Gubert UTFPR
  • Mauro Fonseca UTFPR
  • Anelise Munaretto UTFPR
  • Thiago H. Silva UTFPR

Resumo


Em tempos de pandemia, o transporte público pode ser crucial para a disseminação de vírus, principalmente nas grandes cidades. As vacinas costumam fazer parte das estratégias para reduzir o contágio; no entanto, estas podem ser escassas em cenários pandêmicos. Utilizando dados do sistema de transporte público, este trabalho propõe o uso de redes multicamadas variantes no tempo para identificar os principais locais críticos a serem considerados prioritários em intervenções, como campanhas de vacinação, para ajudar a reduzir o contágio nesse meio de locomoção. Nossa abordagem considera os pontos de ônibus críticos como pontos prioritários de vacinação, indicando que a vacinação nesses locais reduz a propagação da infecção usando menos doses do que uma vacinação aleatória. A abordagem proposta neste estudo não se limita às estratégias de vacinação, sendo também aplicável a outros problemas que compartilham propriedades semelhantes, mesmo em contextos diferentes.

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SANTIN, Priscila; GUBERT, Fernanda R.; FONSECA, Mauro; MUNARETTO, Anelise; SILVA, Thiago H.. UserPoint-MAG: Abordagem de rede multicamada para o estudo de propagação de contágio no transporte público. In: SIMPÓSIO BRASILEIRO DE REDES DE COMPUTADORES E SISTEMAS DISTRIBUÍDOS (SBRC), 40. , 2022, Fortaleza. Anais [...]. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, 2022 . p. 168-181. ISSN 2177-9384. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5753/sbrc.2022.221981.

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