Found 112 results
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Aziz H.M.Abdul, Park BH, Morton A, Stewart RN, Hilliard M., Maness M..  2018.  A high resolution agent-based model to support walk-bicycle infrastructure investment decisions: A case study with New York City. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies. 86:280-299.
Aziz H.MAbdul, Nagle NN, Morton AM, Hilliard MR, White DA, Stewart RN.  2017.  Exploring the impact of walk–bike infrastructure, safety perception, and built-environment on active transportation mode choice: a random parameter model using New York City commuter data. Transportation.
Aziz H.MAbdul, Ukkusuri SV, Zhan X.  2017.  Determining the Impact of Personal Mobility Carbon Allowance Schemes in Transportation Networks. Networks and Spatial Economics. 17(2):505-545.
Aziz H.MAbdul, Zhu F, Ukkusuri SV.  2018.  Learning-based traffic signal control algorithms with neighborhood information sharing: An application for sustainable mobility. Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems. 22(14):40-52.
Auerbach DA, Buchanan BP, Alexiades AV, Anderson EP, Encalada AC, Larson EI, McManamay RA, Poe GL, Walter M.T, Flecker AS.  2016.  Towards catchment classification in data-scarce regions. Ecohydrology. 9(7):1235-1247.
Ashfaq M, Rastogi D, Mei R, Kao S-C, Gangrade S, Naz BS, Touma D.  2016.  High-resolution ensemble projections of near-term regional climate over the continental United States. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. :9943-9963.
Thakur GS, Bhaduri BL, Piburn JO, Sims KM, Stewart RN, Urban ML.  2015.  PlanetSense. the 23rd SIGSPATIAL International ConferenceProceedings of the 23rd SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems - GIS '15.
Ajinjeru C, Odukomaiya A, Omitaomu O.  2017.  Development of a modeling framework to forecast power demands in developing regions: Proof of concept using Uganda. 2017 IEEE PES/IAS PowerAfrica2017 IEEE PES PowerAfrica.