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  • Modeling transmission heterogeneity for infectious disease outbreaks 

    Majumder, Maimuna S. (Maimuna Shahnaz) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2018)
    The transmissibility of a given infectious disease is often described by its basic reproduction number (Ro) - namely, the average number of secondary infections caused by an index case in a fully susceptible population. ...
  • Transport demand in China : estimation, projection, and policy assessment 

    Kishimoto, Paul Natsuo (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2018)
    China's rapid economic growth in the twenty-first century has driven, and been driven by, concomitant motorization and growth of passenger and freight mobility, leading to greater energy demand and environmental impacts. ...
  • Backroom space allocation in retail stores 

    Das, Lita (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2018)
    Space is one of the most scarce, expensive, and difficult to manage resources in urban retail establishments. A typical retail space broadly consists of two areas, the customer facing frontroom area and the backroom area, ...

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