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In 1952, over 55,000 cases were reported. Mortality rates in America, due to good care, had by that time dropped to well under 10%. Nonetheless, the spectacle of children conﬁned to wheelchairs or iron lungs was a disturbing one. This was in the years before the emigration of the middle classes to suburbia and most schools tended to have representation from a wide range of socioeconomic groups. Incidence rates were the highest in the summers, when the schools were closed. But, at the intuitive level, it was clear that polio was a disease predominantly of school age children, and that there was a fair amount of clustering of cases.
It is a challenge to mathematical scientists to play their role eﬀectively and this role can be expected to increase as mathematical model building becomes more complex and comprehensive. 7 References  A. Charnes, W. W. Cooper, and E. Rhodes, “Measuring the eﬃciency of decision making units,” European Journal of Operational Research 2, 429–444 (1978).  A. Charnes, W. W. Cooper, and E. Rhodes, “Short communication: measuring the eﬃciency of decision making units,” European Journal of Operational Research 3, 339 (1979).
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