Neal Altman
CASOS Staff, Programmer

Email: na[AT]cmu.edu

Office: Wean Hall 4216

Phone: 412-268-6628

Job Description: Lead programmer for the SmartCard, a tool for the presentation and exploration of taxpayer issues and effectiveness of services. Also he was one of the developers for BioWar, a simulation tool for evaluation of biological/chemical events and response strategies.

Projects:Tools:
  • BioWar - Technical Lead
  • Construct - Team Member

Publications:

Sangal, Abhinav & Carley, Kathleen M & Altman, Neal & Martin, Michael. (2012). Creating, Using and Updating Thesauri Files for AutoMap and ORA. Carnegie Mellon University, School of Computer Science, Institute for Software Research, Technical Report, CMU-ISR-12-108., [pdf]

Carley, Kathleen M & Malloy, Eric & Altman, Neal. (2011). "Multi-Agent Modeling of Biological and Chemical Threats" in Infectious Disease Informatics and Biosurveillance. Infectious Disease Informatics and Biosurveillance, Edited by Zeng, Daniel; Chen, Hsinchun; Castillo-Chavez, Carlos; Lober, William B.; Thurmond, Mark (Eds.), Springer, New York, Ch. 16: 361-380., WebSite: [link]

Carley, Kathleen M & Filonuk, David & Martin, Michael & Altman, Neal & Kowalchuck, Michael. (2011). The Effects of Healthcare Provisions on the 4X Poverty Population in the United States. Carnegie Mellon University, School of Computer Science, Institute for Software Research, Technical Report CMU-ISR-11-122., [pdf]

Altman, Neal & Martin, Michael & Robertson, Dawn & Carley, Kathleen M & Sheng, S & Robertson, Dawn & Carley, Kathleen M . (2009). SmartCard Prototype. Carnegie Mellon University, School of Computer Science, Institute for Software Research, Technical Report CMU-ISR-09-122, [pdf]

McGillen, Jessica & Martin, Michael & Robertson, Dawn & Altman, Neal & Carley, Kathleen M & Sheng, S. (2009). 300 Cities Virtual Experiment. Carnegie Mellon University, School of Computer Science, Institute for Software Research, Technical Report CMU-ISR-09-123, [pdf]

Martin, Michael & Carley, Kathleen M & Altman, Neal. (2008). 300 Cities - An Exploration in Characterizing US Cities . Carnegie Mellon University, School of Computer Science, Institute for Software Research, Technical Report CMU-ISR-08-122., [pdf]

Carley, Kathleen M & Altman, Neal & Casman, E & Fridsma, D & Yahja, Alex & Chen, Li-Chiou & Kaminsky, B & Nave, D. (2006). BioWar: Scalable Agent-Based Model of Bioattacks. IEEE Trans. on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 36, 252-265. [pdf] 892kb

Carley, Kathleen M & Fridsma, D & Casman, E & Altman, Neal & Chen, Li-Chiou & Kaminsky, B & Nave, D & Yahja, Alex. (2006). A Model of Biological Attacks on a realistic Population. Unifying Themes in Complex Systems, 5, Springer.

Carley, Kathleen M & Fridsma, D & Casman, E & Altman, Neal & Chang, J & Kaminsky, B & Nave, D & Yahja, Alex. (2004). BioWar: Scalable Multi-Agent Social and Epidemiological Simulation of Bioterrorism Events. NAACSOS Conference 2003, Day 4, Electronic Publication, Pittsburgh, PA, IEEE SMCA03-11-0274., WebSite: [link] [pdf] 507kb

Carley, Kathleen M & Altman, Neal & Kaminsky, B & Nave, D & Yahja, Alex. (2004). BioWar: A City-Scale Multi-Agent Network Model of Weaponized Biological Attacks. Carnegie Mellon University, School of Computer Science, Institute for Software Research International, Technical Report CMU-ISRI-04-101, [pdf]

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