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Published by U.S. Department of Transportation in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

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StatementG.B. Dantzig, S.F. Maier, Z.F. Lansdowne.
SeriesReport -- no. DOT-TSC-OST-76-26
ContributionsMaier, S. F., Lansdowne, Z. F., Transportation Systems Centre (Cambridge, Mass.)
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Open LibraryOL13862304M

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