Predicting Epidemic Risk from Past Temporal Contact Data
(A), (B): premises in-degree distributions in the cattle trade network and sex customers degree distribution in the sexual contact network, respectively. Distributions for different configurations of the networks are superimposed in both cases. (C), (D): fraction of common edges contained in two configurations of the network, for the cattle trade network and the sexual contact network, respectively. In (B), (D) s stands for semester, the aggregation interval of each configuration.