PRIORITIZATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF CASUALTIES IN DISASTER RESPONSE MANAGEMENT

This dissertation focused on two different problems that typically arise in the aftermath of disasters. In the first part of the dissertation, we study the problem of how casualties should be prioritized and distributed to different medical facilities in the aftermath of mass casualty incidents (MCIs) with the objective of maximizing the expected total number of survivors. Assuming that casualties have been triaged into two classes differentiated by their severity levels and medical needs, the...
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