- Overview of what’s included in paper including key results

- General discussion on post-disaster recovery
- Why is recovery simulation necessary?
- Summary of what’s covered in the paper including the type of recovery simulation models discussed

- Based on regression against empirical data (discuss different approaches/techniques for regression)
- Relevant papers
- Peacock and Zhang, 2010
- Wu and Lindell, 2004
- Elliott, 2014
- Nejat and Ghosh, 2016 (focusses on predicting decisions)
- Nojima et al, 2001
- Isumi and Shibuya, 1985 (Uses differential equation)
- Liu et al, 2007 (power outage)
- Nateghi et al, 2011(2 regression methods, 3 machine learning methods)

- Napa Earthquake Case Study (New work by Kang, Burton, Miles)

- General discussion of agent-based models
- General discussion of how agent-based models can be used to model recovery
- Relevant papers
- Nejat, 2012
- Focusses on homeowner’s dynamic interaction
- Multi-agent system simulation model

- Miles and Chang (2003, 2013)
- Conceptual model (Objects/Attributes/Behaviors/Relationships between objects), Functional model(Interaction)

- Grinberger and Felsenstein (2014a, 2014b, 2015)
- Similar to Prof. Miles’ work but focusses on policy effects

- General discussion of stochastic simulation models
- General discussion of how stochastic simulation models can be used to model recovery
- Relevant papers
- Burton et al, 2015(Time-based)
- Iervolino and Giorgio, 2015(Markov chain)
- Burton, 2016(Upcoming published conference paper)
- Kozin and Zhou, 1991(Discrete state, discrete time Markov process)
- Zhang, 1992(Markov process, lifeline restoration)

- Napa Earthquake Case Study (New Work by Kang, Burton and Miles

- General discussion of discrete event simulation models
- Matloff 2008
- Activity-oriented DES(Definition/Methodology)
- Process-oriented DES(Definition/Methodology)

- Banks 2010(Book: Discrete Event System Simulation)

- General discussion of how discrete event simulation models can be used to model recovery (can incorporate elements of stochastic simulation)
- Relevant papers
- Xu et al 2007(determine how to schedule inspection, damage assessment, and repair tasks so as to optimize the post-earthquake restoration of the electric power system)
- Cagnan and Davidson (2004, 2006)
- Huling and Miles (2016)

- General discussion of network models
- General discussion of how agent-based models can be used to model recovery
- Relevant papers
- Cagnan and Davidson, 2004 (Simply introduces of all methods including network approach)
- Nojima and Kameda, 1992 (Uses tree structure)
- Hoshiya et al, 1982 (Uses network approach to simulate water supply restoration)

- Add single figure that writes the entire paper.
- Discussion needs to include advantages and disadvantages of each method depending on the context (housing, business, lifelines etc.).
- Discussion also needed to include the limitation of all the methods.