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Simulating a multi-stage screening network -a queueing theory and game theory application
Based on queueing theory and game theory, simulation is used to study a model for balancing congestion and security of a screening system. Security network is realistic and used in practice, but is complex to analyze, ...
Modeling and Simulating the Network Behavior of Agencies during Disaster Relief Operations
The objective of this dissertation is to advance the study of disaster response and recovery (generally, disaster relief) by providing insight and tools to agencies that work in disaster relief. In disaster relief, resources ...
Screening Strategies in the Face of Strategic Applicants with Network Queuing
In security check systems, tighter screening processes increase the security level, but also cause more congestion for normal applicants, possibly delaying their application. This may in turn decrease the approver's payoffs. ...