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Why do some ideas take off - and others fail to spread? Why are some diseases predictable, and others swamped in uncertainty? And what about the outbreaks that never happen at all?
 
A passenger getting on a plane in Hong Kong can spark an outbreak of flu in Mexico. Someone defaults on their mortgage in Florida, and a financial panic kindles in London. One individual can reach an audience of millions with a single tweet:
we live in a world that's more connected than ever before. But even as we see our lives being shaped by the spread of ideas, trends - and even diseases - we sometimes struggle to grasp how it actually works. Outbreaks seem to be driven by randomness and hidden laws, and in order to understand them, we need to start thinking like mathematicians.
 
Here, epidemiologist Adam Kucharski reveals how new mathematical approaches are transforming what we know about contagion - from the revolutionary initiatives that helped tackle gun violence in Chicago to the truth behind the spread of fake news. And along the way, he'll explain how
happiness and depression can spread through our friendship networks, why some predictions go badly wrong (and that might not be a bad thing), and why most people are less popular than their friends.
書籍詳情
作者/譯者/編者:Adam Kucharski
出版社:Wellcome Collection
國際書號:9781788164726
出版年月:2020-03
頁數:288
圖書分類:SELF-HELP

The Rules of Contagion: Why Things Spread - and Why They Stop | Adam Kucharski

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  • 產品編號: 9781788164726
  • 作者/譯者/編者: Adam Kucharski
  • 出版社: Wellcome Collection
  • 國際書號: 9781788164726
  • 出版年月: 2020-03
  • 頁數: 288
  • 圖書分類: SELF-HELP
  • 庫存狀態: 可供訂購
  • HK$169.0
  • HK$152.1

標簽: Adam Kucharski, Wellcome Collection, 2020年12月書展