International Journal of Health Geographics
This work studies the spatiotemporal evolution of bubonic plague in India during 1896-1906 using stochastics concepts and geographical information science techniques. In the past, most investigations focused on selected cities to conduct different kinds of studies, such as the ecology of rats. No detailed maps existed incorporating the space-time dependence structure and uncertainity sources of the epidemics system and providing a composite space-time picture of the disease propagation characteristics.
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