Publications de Luis F. Miranda-Moreno
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Auteur: Luis F. Miranda-Moreno
Type de publications: Articles publiés (RAC)
Année de début: 2020
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Zhang C., Nateghinia E., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Sun Lijun, Winter road surface condition classification using convolutional neural network (CNN): visible light and thermal image fusion, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol. 49(4), 2022

Zhang C., Nateghinia E., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Sun Lijun, Pavement distress detection using convolutional neural network (CNN): A case study in Montreal, Canada, International Journal of Transportation Science and Technology, Vol. 11(2), pages 298-309, 2022

Stipancic J., Racine E., Labbe Aurélie, Saunier Nicolas, Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Massive GNSS data for road safety analysis: Comparing crash models for several Canadian cities and data sources, Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol. 159, 106232, 2021

Stipancic J., St-Aubin P., Ledezma-Navarro B., Labbe Aurélie, Saunier Nicolas, Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Evaluating safety-influencing factors at stop-controlled intersections using automated video analysis, Journal of Safety Research, Vol. 77, pages 311-323, 2021

Sun Lijun, Chen X., He Z., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Routine pattern discovery and anomaly detection in individual travel behavior, Networks and Spatial Economics, Vol. 23, pp 407-428, 2021

Teufel Bernardo, Sushama Laxmi, Poitras Vincent, Dukhan Tarek, Bélair Stéphane, Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Sun Lijun, et al., Impact of COVID-19-Related Traffic Slowdown on Urban Heat Characteristics, Atmosphere, 12(2), 243, 2021

Teufel Bernardo, Sushama Laxmi, Poitras Vincent, Dukhan Tarek, Bélair Stéphane, Miranda-Moreno Luis F., et al., Impact of COVID-19-related traffic slowdown on urban heat characteristics, Atmosphere, 12(2), 2021

Cui B., Boisjoly Geneviève, Miranda-Moreno Luis F., El-Geneidy Ahmed M., Accessibility matters: Exploring the determinants of public transport mode share across income groups in Canadian cities, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, vol. 80, pp 1-16, 2020

Heydari Shahram, Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Fu L., Is speeding more likely during weekend night hours? Evidence from sensor-collected data in Montréal, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 47(9), 1046-1049, 2020

Heydari Shahram, Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Hickford A.J., On the causal effect of proximity to school on pedestrian safety at signalized intersections: A heterogeneous endogenous econometric model, Analytic Methods in Accident Research, 26, 100115, 2020

Lesani A., Nateghinia E., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Development and evaluation of a real-time pedestrian counting system for high-volume conditions based on 2D LiDAR, Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, vol. 114, pp. 20-35, 2020

Moradi E., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Vehicular fuel consumption estimation using real-world measures through cascaded machine learning modeling, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, vol. 88, #102576, 2020

Stipancic J., Miranda-Moreno Luis F., Strauss J., Labbe Aurélie, Pedestrian safety at signalized intersections: Modelling spatial effects of exposure, geometry and signalization on a large urban network, Accident Analysis and Prevention, vol. 134, #105265, 2020

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