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Zsolt Vizi, Ph.D.
Zsolt Vizi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Bolyai Institute, University of Szeged
Verified email at math.u-szeged.hu
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Risk assessment of novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreaks outside China
P Boldog, T Tekeli, Z Vizi, A Dénes, FA Bartha, G Röst
Journal of clinical medicine 9 (2), 571, 2020
3892020
Generalization of pairwise models to non-Markovian epidemics on networks
IZ Kiss, G Röst, Z Vizi
Physical review letters 115 (7), 078701, 2015
1042015
Transmission dynamics and final epidemic size of Ebola virus disease outbreaks with varying interventions
MV Barbarossa, A Dénes, G Kiss, Y Nakata, G Röst, Z Vizi
PloS one 10 (7), e0131398, 2015
902015
Early phase of the COVID-19 outbreak in Hungary and post-lockdown scenarios
G Röst, FA Bartha, N Bogya, P Boldog, A Dénes, T Ferenci, KJ Horváth, ...
Viruses 12 (7), 708, 2020
692020
Pairwise approximation for SIR-type network epidemics with non-Markovian recovery
G Röst, Z Vizi, IZ Kiss
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2018
332018
Impact of non-Markovian recovery on network epidemics
G Röst, Z Vizi, IZ Kiss
BIOMAT 2015: International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational …, 2016
192016
Potential severity, mitigation, and control of Omicron waves depending on pre-existing immunity and immune evasion
FA Bartha, P Boldog, T Tekeli, Z Vizi, A Dénes, G Röst
International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology, 407-419, 2021
112021
Fleeing lockdown and its impact on the size of epidemic outbreaks in the source and target regions–a COVID-19 lesson
MV Barbarossa, N Bogya, A Dénes, G Röst, HV Varma, Z Vizi
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 9233, 2021
82021
A monotonic relationship between the variability of the infectious period and final size in pairwise epidemic modelling
Z Vizi, IZ Kiss, JC Miller, G Röst
Journal of Mathematics in Industry 9, 1-15, 2019
62019
Backward bifurcation for pulse vaccination
G Röst, Z Vizi
Nonlinear Analysis: Hybrid Systems 14, 99-113, 2014
42014
Clusters of African countries based on the social contacts and associated socioeconomic indicators relevant to the spread of the epidemic
EK Korir, Z Vizi
arXiv preprint arXiv:2303.17332, 2023
32023
Real-time estimation of the effective reproduction number of COVID-19 from behavioral data
E Bokányi, Z Vizi, J Koltai, G Röst, M Karsai
Scientific Reports 13 (1), 21452, 2023
22023
Water level prediction using long short-term memory neural network model for a lowland river: A case study on the Tisza River, Central Europe
Z Vizi, B Batki, L Rátki, S Szalánczi, I Fehérváry, P Kozák, T Kiss
Environmental Sciences Europe 35 (1), 92, 2023
22023
Clustering of countries based on the associated social contact patterns in epidemiological modelling
EK Korir, Z Vizi
International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology, 253-271, 2022
22022
Propensity matrix method for age dependent stochastic infectious disease models
P Boldog, N Bogya, Z Vizi
International Symposium on Mathematical and Computational Biology, 311-325, 2021
12021
Pairwise models for non-Markovian epidemics on networks
Z Vizi
PQDT-Global, 2016
12016
Clusters of African countries based on the social contacts and associated socioeconomic indicators relevant to the spread of the epidemic
E Kiptoo Korir, Z Vizi
arXiv e-prints, arXiv: 2303.17332, 2023
2023
Clustering of countries based on the associated social contact patterns in epidemiological modelling
E Kiptoo Korir, Z Vizi
arXiv e-prints, arXiv: 2211.06426, 2022
2022
Mélytanuló algoritmusok alkalmazása a vízgazdálkodásban
P Kozák, Z Vizi, I Fehérváry, B Benyhe, K Fiala, M Lázár
2022
Real-time estimation of the effective reproduction number of COVID-19 from behavioral data (preprint)
E Bokányi, Z Vizi, J Koltai, G Röst, M Karsai
2022
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