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- David Ben-Arieh, Todd Easton
- Decision Support Systems
- 2007

- David Ben-Arieh, Todd Easton, B. Evans
- IEEE Trans. Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A
- 2009

- Todd Easton, Abhilash Singireddy
- J. Heuristics
- 2008

Given a set S={S,...,S} of finite strings, the k-Longest Common Subsequence Problem (k-LCSP) seeks a string L* of maximum length such that L* is a subsequence of each S for i=1,...,k. This paper presents a large neighborhood search technique that provides quality solutions to large k-LCSP instances. This heuristic runs in linear time in both the length of… (More)

- Todd Easton, Kevin Hooker, Eva K. Lee
- Math. Program.
- 2003

- Mina Kamel, Caterina M. Scoglio, Todd Easton
- Networking
- 2007

The topology creation is one of the most important step for the design of an overlay network. Traffic characteristic and volume, and behavior of nodes which can be selfish or cooperative are the main issues that affect the performance of overlay networks, and have to be considered in designing a good topology. In this paper, we study the problem of finding… (More)

- Mark D. Hopkins, Anil Pahwa, Todd Easton
- IEEE Trans. Smart Grid
- 2012

- Todd Easton, Kevin Hooker
- Discrete Optimization
- 2008

Cover inequalities are commonly used cutting planes for the 0–1 knapsack problem. This paper describes a linear-time algorithm (assuming the knapsack is sorted) to simultaneously lift a set of variables into a cover inequality. Conditions for this process to result in valid and facet-defining inequalities are presented. In many instances, the resulting… (More)

- Bruce Kaufman, Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, +6 authors Cynthia V. Fukami
- 2014

Women and the Economy: A Comparative Study of Britain and the USA.

- Phillip Schumm, Caterina M. Scoglio, Don M. Gruenbacher, Todd Easton
- 2007 2nd Bio-Inspired Models of Network…
- 2007

The study of epidemics is a crucial issue to several areas. An epidemic can have devastating economic and social consequences. A single crop disease in Kansas could destroy the yearly income of many farmers. Previous work using graph theory has determined a universal epidemic threshold found in the graph topology for a binary contact network in the… (More)

- Caterina M. Scoglio, W. Schumm, +4 authors Mina Youssef
- PloS one
- 2010

Containing an epidemic at its origin is the most desirable mitigation. Epidemics have often originated in rural areas, with rural communities among the first affected. Disease dynamics in rural regions have received limited attention, and results of general studies cannot be directly applied since population densities and human mobility factors are very… (More)