Deep Learning-Based Dengue Cases Forecasting with Synthetic Data

Juan V. Bogado, Diego Stalder, Santiago Gómez, Christian Schaerer


Dengue fever is a viral disease transmitted to humans mainly by the Aedes aegypti mosquito acting as a vector, with greater incidence in urban areas. Worldwide, an estimation indicates that in tropical and sub-tropical countries, approximately 975 million people living in urban areas are at risk of infection. It is estimated that more than 50 million infections occur each year, including 500,000 hospitalizations for dengue hemorrhagic fever [2]. Over the last decade, there has been a dramatic increase in dengue infections in South American countries such as Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay2 , Peru, Venezuela and Brazil. It is also known that dengue has an endemic characteristic, and this is why it is considered a public health problem in tropical and sub-tropical regions. [...]

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