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Adams, J.L. 1991. Flying Buttresses, Entropy, and O-rings: The World of an Engineer. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.

APWA (American Public Works Association). 1991. Public Works Management Practices. Kansas City, Missouri: AWPA.


Berry, B.J.L., and Q. Gillard. 1977. The-Changing Shape of Metropolitan America: Commuting Patterns, Urban Fields, and Decentralization Processes, 1960-1970. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Ballinger.


Chankong, V., and Y.Y. Haimes. 1983. Multiobjective Decision Making: Theory and Methodology, North-Holland Series in System Science and Engineering 8. New York: North-Holland.

Choate, P., and S. Walter. 1981. America in Ruins: Beyond the Public Works Pork Barrel. Washington, D.C.: Council of State Planning Agencies.

Cohon, J.L. 1978. Multi-objective Programming and Planning. New York.: Academic Press.

Cole, G.A., and S.B. Withey. 1981. Perspectives on Risk Perceptions. Risk Analysis 1(2):143-163.


Keeney, R.L. 1988. Structuring Objectives For Problems of Public Interest. Operations Research 36(3):396-405.


NCPWI (National Council on Public Works Improvement). 1988. Fragile Foundations: A Report on America's Public Works. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.

NRC. 1987. Infrastructure for the 21st Century: Framework for a Research Agenda. Committee on Infrastructure Innovation, National Research Council. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

NRC. 1993. In Our Own Backyard: Principles for Effective Improvement of the Nation's Infrastructure. A. Grant and A. Lemer, eds. National Research Council. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.



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Measuring and Improving Infrastructure Performance REFERENCES Adams, J.L. 1991. Flying Buttresses, Entropy, and O-rings: The World of an Engineer. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. APWA (American Public Works Association). 1991. Public Works Management Practices. Kansas City, Missouri: AWPA. Berry, B.J.L., and Q. Gillard. 1977. The-Changing Shape of Metropolitan America: Commuting Patterns, Urban Fields, and Decentralization Processes, 1960-1970. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Ballinger. Chankong, V., and Y.Y. Haimes. 1983. Multiobjective Decision Making: Theory and Methodology, North-Holland Series in System Science and Engineering 8. New York: North-Holland. Choate, P., and S. Walter. 1981. America in Ruins: Beyond the Public Works Pork Barrel. Washington, D.C.: Council of State Planning Agencies. Cohon, J.L. 1978. Multi-objective Programming and Planning. New York.: Academic Press. Cole, G.A., and S.B. Withey. 1981. Perspectives on Risk Perceptions. Risk Analysis 1(2):143-163. Keeney, R.L. 1988. Structuring Objectives For Problems of Public Interest. Operations Research 36(3):396-405. NCPWI (National Council on Public Works Improvement). 1988. Fragile Foundations: A Report on America's Public Works. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. NRC. 1987. Infrastructure for the 21st Century: Framework for a Research Agenda. Committee on Infrastructure Innovation, National Research Council. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. NRC. 1993. In Our Own Backyard: Principles for Effective Improvement of the Nation's Infrastructure. A. Grant and A. Lemer, eds. National Research Council. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

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