DOI: 1912.00053Jan 19, 2020Paper

Drug dissemination strategy with an SEIR-based SUC model

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Boyue Fang, Yutong Feng

Abstract

According to the features of drug addiction, this paper constructs an SEIR-based SUC model to describe and predict the spread of drug addiction. Predictions are that the number of drug addictions will continue to fluctuate with reduced amplitude and eventually stabilize. To seek the fountainhead of heroin, we identified the most likely origins of drugs in Philadelphia, PA, Cuyahoga and Hamilton, OH, Jefferson, KY, Kanawha, WV, and Bedford, VA. Based on the facts, advised concentration includes the spread of Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, Heroin, and Buprenorphine. In other words, drug transmission in the two states of Ohio and Pennsylvania require awareness. According to the propagation curve predicted by our model, the transfer of KY state is still in its early stage, while that of VA, WV is in the middle point, and OH, PA in its latter ones. As a result of this, the number of drug addictions in KY, OH, and VA is projected to increase in three years. For methodology, with the Principal component analysis technique, 22 variables in socio-economic data related to the continuous use of Opioid drugs was filtered, where the 'Relationship' Part deserves a highlight. Based on them, by using the K-means algorithm, 464 counties were categ...Continue Reading

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