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Robert McCormack – Publications

Robert McCormack – Publications

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Duchon A., Salter, W. J., Allopenna, P. D., Weil, S., Kramer, D. S., Colonna-Romano, J., & McCormack, R. (2008).  Method and system to predict the likelihood of future topics. International Application Number PCT/US09/030876. Washington, DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Estock, J. L., McCormack, R., Bennett, W., & Patrey, J. (2008). A model-based tool to quantify simulation fidelity: Preliminary results, ongoing development, and future applications. Proceedings of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Modeling and Simulation Technologies Conference and Exhibit.

McCormack, R. K., Duchon, A., Geyer, A., & Orvis, K. L. (2008). A case study in data mining for automated building of teams. In: E. Eyob (Ed.) Handbook of research on social implication of data mining and information privacy: Interdisciplinary frameworks and solution. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 249-267.

Picciano, P., & McCormack, R. (2008). Bioevent detection via fusion of disparate data. In Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security. Waltham, MA.

McCormack, R. K., & Allen, L. J. S. (2007). Multi-patch deterministic and stochastic epidemic models for wildlife diseases. Journal of Biological Dynamics, 1(1), 63-85.

McCormack, R. K., & Allen, L. J. S. (2006). Stochastic SIS and SIR Multi-Host Epidemic Models. Proceedings of the Conference on Differential & Difference Equations and Applications (pp. 775-786).

McCormack, R. K., & Allen, L. J. S. (2006). Disease emergence in multi-host epidemic models. Mathematical Medicine and Biology, 168, 1281-1305.

Allen, L. J. S., McCormack, R. K., & Jonsson, C. B. (2006). Mathematical models for hantavirus infection in rodents. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 68(3), 511-524.

McCormack, R. K., & Allen, L. J. S. (2005). Disease emergence in deterministic and stochastic models for host and pathogen. Applied Mathematics and Computation, 168(2), 1281-1305.