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Reducing Disruptive Effects of Patient No-shows: A Scheduling Approach
Appointment scheduling systems have been studied for nearly 60 years. From a decision making point of view, related problems can be classified into two categories: static and dynamic. In a static scheduling problem, all decisions are made before a clinic session starts; in a dynamic scheduling problem, the schedule of future ...
Quantifying Drivers' Use of In-Vehicle Systems: Implications for Long-term Behavior
The modern day vehicles encompass many in-vehicle Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), which can provide continuous feedback to drivers but do require an understanding of the driver, system, and vehicle interactions. A conceptual model of adaptive behavior was developed and used as a framework for the analysis of operators' ...