Damon J. A. Toth

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Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have come a long way to reach their ubiquitous state known today through scalable cost, low-power optimizations, and data management. As WSNs scale in size, the necessity for system designs - from low-level hardware implementations to data collection and management procedures - to account for handling extensive amounts of(More)
Anthrax poses a community health risk due to accidental or intentional aerosol release. Reliable quantitative dose-response analyses are required to estimate the magnitude and timeline of potential consequences and the effect of public health intervention strategies under specific scenarios. Analyses of available data from exposures and infections of humans(More)
Estimates of contact among children, used for infectious disease transmission models and understanding social patterns, historically rely on self-report logs. Recently, wireless sensor technology has enabled objective measurement of proximal contact and comparison of data from the two methods. These are mostly small-scale studies, and knowledge gaps remain(More)
INTRODUCTION Network projections of data can provide an efficient format for data exploration of co-incidence in large clinical datasets. We present and explore the utility of a network projection approach to finding patterns in health care data that could be exploited to prevent homelessness among U.S. Veterans. METHOD We divided Veteran ICD-9-CM (ICD9)(More)
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