Preliminary Step for Designing an Agent-Based COVID-19 Spread Model in Indonesia

Ismianti Ismianti, Eko Nursubiyantoro, Astrid Wahyu Adventri Wibowo

Abstract


The spread of COVID-19 disease is increasingly widespread in various regions around the world. The speed of the spread of COVID-19 varies in different areas. This difference can be caused by multiple things, such as community habits, government policies, and climate. Research on predicting the spread of COVID-19 has been carried out using various methods. One method that can be used to model the spread of COVID-19 is Agent-Based Modeling. Through this model, the spread of the virus can be seen from each individual or agent so that the model will look more real. In making models using Agent-Based Modeling, standardization is necessary so that the model description is 8more complete and easier to understand. Standardization can be done by determining the ODD (Overview, Design Concept, and Details) Protocol. This study will discuss the determination of the ODD Protocol in making agent-based models of the spread of COVID-19 disease. The ODD protocol that has been created can be used to build models and coding in the next step in agent-based modeling.

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Agent-Based, COVID-19, Model, ODD Protocol

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31098/ess.v1i1.109

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