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[This article argues that natural capital should be viewed as a stock or state variable whose evolution is described by a difference or differential equation. Ecosystem services are benefit flows produced by stocks of natural capital. To value natural capital and the ecosystem services they...
[This chapter focuses on the recovery of critical infrastructure systems from large-scale disruptive events and shows how optimization can help guide decision makers in the restoration process. The operation of an infrastructure system is modeled as a network flow problem, which can be used to...
[Urban infrastructure management requires the ability to reason about a large-scale complex system: What is the state of the system? How can it be compactly represented and quantified? How is the system likely to evolve? Reasoning calls for predictive modeling, feedback, optimization, and...
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