The DYNAMO-HIA Model: An Efficient Implementation of a Risk Factor/Chronic Disease Markov Model for Use in Health Impact Assessment (HIA)
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KeywordsHealth impact assessment; Markov models; Matrix exponential; Micro-simulation; Chronic disease modeling;
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