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Keywords: COVID-19, Multi-wave pattern, mathematical modelling, Health decision making, Renormalization group equations, opinion formation, zone design, stylized facts, sociophysics, skewed gaussian, electoral forensics, scale invariant dynamics electoral systems, Electoral abstentionism, Skewed Gaussian model long-distance dispersal, Anisotrophy, Spatio-temporal models, Inoculum source, Cucurbit downy mildew geostatistical learning, Transfer Learning, Covariate shift, geospatial, Density ratio estimation, importance weighted cross-validation aerobiology, Air masses dynamics, connectivity, spatiotemporal network, Spatial network compressed sensing, Compressible, sparse, Non-negative, regression, Tuning-free, expander, uniform Hermite polynomial, Continuous glucose monitoring, Blood glucose prediction, supervised learning, prediction error-grid analysis outer independence double Roman domination, outer independent double Roman dominating function, Independent set, independent double Roman dominating function, Double Roman domination Dynamic pathfinding, swarm intelligence, Particle swarm optimisation, Flocking, Time frequency analysis, Oscillatory Components, biorhythms, Empirical bayes, uncertainty quantification dichotomous data, interval-level data, dichotomization, confirmatory factor analysis, Shrinkage correction, latent structure power distribution system, Vegetation maintenance, vegetationrelated outage, Optimal cycle length, Statistical Modeling, Multi-Agent Systems, Autonomous Agents, applied mathematics, statistics
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