Bayes, Bugs, and Bioterrorists
Lessons Learned From the Anthrax AttacksWebsite or Online Data - 2005
Argues for government use of decision science and decision trees as an analytical tool in order to develop a strategy for managing the risks of bioterrorism and to allow the government to better characterize the costs, risks, and benefits of different policy options and ensure the integration of policy development.
Publisher: [Washington, D.C.] : Center for Technology and National Security Policy, National Defense University, 
Characteristics: vi, 61 p. : digital, PDF file
Alternative Title: Lessons learned from the anthrax attacks