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Literature

  1. An Analysis of Short-Term Responses to Threats of Terrorism
    Edieal Pinker, University of Rochester (2007).

  2. The Torturer's Dilemma: A Theoretical Analysis of the Societal Consequences of Torturing Terrorist Suspects
    Vladimir A. Lefebvre, University of California, Irvine
    Jonathan David Farley, Stanford University (2007).

  3. Defending Against Terrorist Attacks with Private Information about Vulnerability
    Robert Powell, University of California, Berkeley (2006).

  4. Influence in Terrorist Networks: From Undirected to Directed Graphs
    Steven Brams and Hande Mutlu, New York University
    Shawn Ramirez, University of Rochester (2006).

  5. Too Many Terrorists Spoil the Plot
    Gordon Woo, Risk Management Solutions, London (2006).

  6. Optimal Placement of Suicide Bomber Detectors
    Xiaofeng Nie, Rajan Batta, Colin Drury and Li Lin, SUNY Buffalo (2006).

  7. Defending Against Terrorist Attacks with Limited Resources
    Robert Powell, University of California, Berkeley (2005).

  8. The Mathematical Sciences' Role in Homeland Security: Proceedings of a Workshop
    National Research Council (2004).

  9. The Impact and Cost of International Terrorism on the Economies of the United States and the European Union
    Inga Grote, Rochester Institute of Technology (2004).

  10. Russia's Reflexive Control Theory and the Military
    Timothy L. Thomas, US Department of Defense (2004).

  11. Breaking Al Qaeda Cells: A Mathematical Analysis of Counterterrorism Operations
    Jonathan D. Farley, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2003).

  12. An Insoluble Problem?
    Gordon Woo, Risk Management Solutions, London (2002).

  13. Quantifying Insurance Terrorism Risk
    Gordon Woo, Risk Management Solutions, London (2002).