Publications by Edward H. Kaplan

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March madness and the office pool
E. H. Kaplan and S. J. Garstka
Management Science
2001
Mean-max bounds for worst-case endemic mixing models
E. H. Kaplan
Mathematical biosciences
1991
Mixing behavior in cross-country diffusion
W. P. Putsis, S. Balasubramanian, E. W. Kaplan and S. K. Sen
Marketing Science
1997
Model-based representations of human sexual behavior
E. H. Kaplan
Sexual nature/sexual culture
1995
Modeling a presidential prediction market
K. Chen, J. E. Ingersoll Jr and E. H. Kaplan
Management Science
2008
Modeling HIV infectivity: must sex acts be counted?
E. H. Kaplan
JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes
1990
Modeling the AIDS epidemic: planning, policy and prediction
E. H. Kaplan and M. L. Brandeau
Raven Press
1994
Modeling zidovudine therapy: a cost-effectiveness analysis
A. D. Paltiel and E. H. Kaplan
JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes
1991
More March Madness
E. H. Kaplan and M. J. Magazine
OR MS TODAY
2003
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Nature plays with dice, terrorists do not: Allocating resources to counter strategic versus probabilistic risks
B. Golany, E. H. Kaplan, A. Marmur and U. G. Rothblum
European Journal of Operational Research
2009
Needle exchange decreases the prevalence of HIV-1 proviral DNA in returned syringes in New Haven, Connecticut
R. Heimer, E. H. Kaplan, K. Khoshnood, B. Jariwala and E. C. Cadman
The American journal of medicine
1993
Needle exchange or needless exchange? The state of the debate
E. H. Kaplan
Infectious agents and disease
1992
Needles that kill: modeling human immunodeficiency virus transmission via shared drug injection equipment in shooting galleries
E. H. Kaplan
Review of Infectious Diseases
1989
New approaches to HIV surveillance: means and ends. Summary report of conference held at Yale University, 21-22 May 1998, by the Law, Policy and Ethics Core, Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS, Yale University
M. Johri, E. H. Kaplan, J. Levi and A. Novick
AIDS & public policy journal
1999
No time to lose: getting more from HIV prevention
M. S. Ruiz, A. R. Gable, E. H. Kaplan, M. A. Stoto, H. V. Fineberg and J. Trussell
National Academies Press
2000
Nonrandom mixing models of HIV transmission
E. H. Kaplan, P. C. Cramton and A. D. Paltiel
Springer
Mathematical and statistical approaches to AIDS epidemiology
1989
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Operational effectiveness of suicide-bomber-detector schemes: A best-case analysis
E. H. Kaplan and M. Kress
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
2005
Operational modeling of needle exchange programs
E. H. Kaplan
Proceedings: Workshop on Needle Exchange and Bleach Distribution Programs. Washington, DC: National Research Council, Institute of Medicine/National Academy Press
1994
Operations research and intelligence analysis
E. H. Kaplan, B. Fischhoff and C. Chauvin
Intelligence Analysis: Behavioral and Social Scientific Foundations, The National Academies Press, Washington, DC
2011
Optimizing admissions to an intensive care unit
A. Shmueli, C. L. Sprung and E. H. Kaplan
Health Care Management Science
2003

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