Existing research understates the benefits that can be obtained from inlining and cloning, especially when guided by profile information. Our implementation of inlining and cloning yields excellent results on average and very rarely lowers performance. We believe our good results can be explained by a number of factors: inlining at the intermediate-code… (More)
INTRODUCTION Racial/ethnic minority communities are at increasingly high risk for chronic diseases related to obesity. Access to stores that sell affordable, nutritious food is a prerequisite for adopting a healthful diet. The objective of this study was to evaluate food access, availability, and affordability in 3 nonoverlapping but similar low-income… (More)
is one of ten regional units mandated by Congress and established in Fall I988 to support research, education, and training in surface transportation. The UC Center serves federal Region IX and is supported by matching grants from the U.S. Department of Transportation, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), and the University. Based on the… (More)
1 A condensed version of the article appeared in Access, a journal of the University of California Transportation Center which highlights the Center's funded projects.
Acknowledgements THE Impact Project thanks the following funders for their generosity in funding its collaborative and/or its individual partners since 2006 to enable academic researchers and community groups to work together on Introduction This Manual describes a set of innovative and valuable community tools to help educate and empower residents to take… (More)
Un manual de instrucciones sobre las investigaciones de la comunidad respecto a la contaminación del aire en relación al tráfico