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Inria mission Covid-19

On 21 March 2020, Inria set up a mission to coordinate the mobilisation of the institute's resources on the fight against Covid-19 and to arbitrate the priority actions to be taken to do so. In the first phase of this Covid-19 mission led by Hugues Berry and Philippe Gesnouin, the mission accompanied the launch of projects in response to identified requests from players in the health crisis (clinicians, hospital staff, epidemiologists, public authorities and patient associations) with the aim of providing operational solutions within a short timeframe. Proposals were examined as they came in and more than thirty projects have started since March 2020. Some of these projects are presented here.
This collection presents the publications related to the Covid-19 mission projects and available in free access on HAL. Numerous works related to the fight against the epidemic have been carried out by the Inria teams outside the framework of the Covid-19 mission. You can consult all the publications of the Inria teams on the subject (Covid-19 mission or not) here.

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Cytokines Practice Essential Traffic Population modeling Anosmia Epidemic control Parameter estimation Presence tracing Linked open data LOD Leukopenia Association Rule Mining Conception d'observateur Modelling Prevalence Named entities Linkeddata OR7D4 Intensive care unit Covid 19 Nosocomial Emission Entités nommées Herd immunity DHM SARS-CoV-2 Natural language processing Fouille d’arguments Linked data Immune dysfunction Essential traffic Molecular mimicry Information extraction Precariousness Human Factors Optimal control Booster campaign Distance prediction Field survey Covid-19 epidemic Visualization Congestion PARP9 Control policies Extraction d’information Belief Argument mining Mobile app Linear dynamic model Care pathways Monitoring COVID-19 Prone position BLE Exoskeletons Exposure notification protocol Basic reproduc tion number Infection dynamics Johannesburg Cléa protocol France Input design RDF visualization App Exit-strategy Exoskeleton Knowledge graph visualization Bidirectional communication Observability Ergonomy Entity linking Phenotypes Compartmental model Contrôle des épidémies Observer design Observabilité Contact tracing Infectiousness propagation prediction Knowledge Hospital Lockdown policy Données liées Arguments COVID-19 pandemic Kawasaki vasculitis Communication Outcomes research Blended chalk talks Interestingness Lesion segmentation Mathematical modelling Model validation Model design Interactive visualization Association rule mining Non-pharmaceutical intervention Computer Tomography Prone Positioning Databases Cluster exposure verification Attitude