Xiaorong Lai

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Complicated Electronic Medical Records (EMR) systems have created problems in systems regarding an easy implementation and interoperability for a Web-enabled Healthcare Solution, which is normally provided by an independent healthcare giver with limited IT knowledge and interests. An EMR system with well-designed and user-friendly interface, such as(More)
One popular class of approaches to estimate freeway corridor travel time is based on measured or estimated speed data from roadside detectors. In most estimation practices, using either simulated or actual data, detectors are assumed to evenly distribute with a close spacing of around half mile. Unfortunately, this detector location scheme will be too(More)
With the progress in wireless sensor, mobile communication technology, stream processing, etc., a significant effort has been placed on advanced information technology for effective healthcare and wellness in both academic and industrial applications. A variety of new healthcare concepts for supporting and assisting users in technology-enhanced environments(More)
Title: OPTIMIZATION OF STATION LOCATIONS AND TRACK ALIGNMENTS FOR RAIL TRANSIT LINES Xiaorong Lai, Doctor of Philosophy, 2012 Directed by: Dr. Paul Schonfeld, Professor Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Designing urban rail transit systems is a complex problem, which involves the determination of station locations, track geometry, right-of-way(More)
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