Data Analytics in Asset Management: Cost-Effective Prediction of the Pavement Condition Index

  title={Data Analytics in Asset Management: Cost-Effective Prediction of the Pavement Condition Index},
  author={S Madeh Piryonesi and Tamer E. El-Diraby},
  journal={Journal of Infrastructure Systems},
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