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Towards the improvement of predicting and analyzing the infection transmission, a novel CNN (Convolution Neural Network) based Covid Infection Transmission Analysis (CNN-CITA) is presented in this article. The method works based on both GIS data set and the Covid data set. The method reads all the data from the data sets. From the remote sensing data, the method extracts different climate conditions like temperature, humidity, and rainfall. Similarly from Global Information System data set, the locations of the peoples are fetched and merged. The merged data has been split into number of time frame, at each condition, the data sets are merged. Such merged data has been trained with deep learning networks which support the search of person location and mobility. Based on the result and the data set maintained by the governments, the infection transmission rate has been measured on region basis. In each region of movement performed by any person, the method computes the infection Transmission Rate (ITR) in two time window as before and after. According to the infection rate and ITR value of different region, a subset of sources are selected as vulnerable sources. The method produces higher performance in predicting the vulnerable sources and supports the reduction of infection rate. Index Terms: CNN, CNN-CITA, Regional Transmission, Infection Rate, ITA, ITS, GIS, Remote Sensing Data.

Jadhav Jagannath, Rao Surampudi Srinivasa, Alagirisamy Mukil