Combinatorial Group Testing and Its Applications

Combinatorial Group Testing and Its Applications

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Du (computer science, City U. of Hong Kong) and Hwant (applied mathematics, National Chiao Tung U., Taiwan) assemble the theories and applications of a technique for testing blood on a large scale economically. They say it was developed about 50 years ago, but went dormant when the immediate need passed, and think it might be useful again now what with the AIDS epidemic and all. They mention no date for the first edition; not only have they updated results and corrected errors here, they have also incorporated the recent extensive application of non-adaptive group testing to the clone library screening problem. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORWe also quote from an October 18, 1992 letter from David Rosenblatt to Milton Sobel which provides a different perspective. ... I expounded it in the Spring of 1942 the day after I reported for induction during World War II and underwent blood sampling for the Wasserman test. ... the United States Public Health Service and the Selective Service System to weed out all syphilitic men called up for induction.

Title:Combinatorial Group Testing and Its Applications
Author: Dingzhu Du
Publisher:World Scientific - 1993

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