2011 Annual Meeting of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society 2011
DOI: 10.1109/nafips.2011.5752031
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Abstract: Abstract-Biological weapons are difficult and expensive to detect. Within a limited budget, we can afford a limited number of bio-weapon detector stations. It is therefore important to find the optimal locations for such stations. A natural idea is to place more detectors in the areas with more population -and fewer in desert areas, with fewer people. However, such a commonsense analysis does not tell us how many detectors to place where. To decide on the exact placement of bio-weapon detectors, we formulate t… Show more

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