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The Hidden Geometry of Complex, Network-Driven Contagion Phenomena

Dirk Brockmann, Dirk Helbing

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Movie S1
Effective vs. geographic distance. The clip depicts the time course of a simulated pandemic with initial outbreak in Atlanta, USA. The panels on the left and right depict the same simulation, only in different representations. On the left one observes a concentric, expanding wave front in the effective distance representation. The same simulation exhibits more complex spatio-temporal structure in the conventional geographic representation on the right.
Movie S2
Effective vs. geographic distance. The clip depicts the time course of a simulated pandemic with initial outbreak in Mexico City. The panels on the left and right depict the same simulation, only in different representations. On the left one observes a concentric, expanding wave front in the effective distance representation. The same simulation exhibits more complex spatio-temporal structure in the conventional geographic representation on the right.
Movie S3
Effective vs. geographic distance. The clip depicts the time course of a simulated pandemic with initial outbreak in Paphos, Greece. The panels on the left and right depict the same simulation, only in different representations. On the left one observes a concentric, expanding wave front in the effective distance representation. The same simulation exhibits more complex spatio-temporal structure in the conventional geographic representation on the right.