S. Travis Waller
S. Travis Waller
Deputy Dean(Research), UNSW; Advisian Chair of Transport Innovation; Executive Director (rCITI)
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TitleCited byYear
Dynamic traffic assignment: A primer
YC Chiu, J Bottom, M Mahut, A Paz, R Balakrishna, T Waller, J Hicks
Dynamic Traffic Assignment: A Primer, 2011
267*2011
Robust transportation network design under demand uncertainty
SV Ukkusuri, TV Mathew, ST Waller
Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering 22 (1), 6-18, 2007
2252007
An Internet-based geographic information system that integrates data, models and users for transportation applications
AK Ziliaskopoulos, ST Waller
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 8 (1-6), 427-444, 2000
2102000
On the online shortest path problem with limited arc cost dependencies
ST Waller, AK Ziliaskopoulos
Networks: An International Journal 40 (4), 216-227, 2002
2052002
A dynamic evacuation network optimization problem with lane reversal and crossing elimination strategies
C Xie, DY Lin, ST Waller
Transportation research part E: logistics and transportation review 46 (3 …, 2010
1902010
Modeling of motorist-pedestrian interaction at uncontrolled mid-block crosswalks
D Sun, S Ukkusuri, R Benekohal, ST Waller
TRB Annual Meeting, 2003, 2003
1312003
Stochastic dynamic network design problem
ST Waller, AK Ziliaskopoulos
Transportation Research Record 1771 (1), 106-113, 2001
1272001
Integration of activity-based modeling and dynamic traffic assignment
DY Lin, N Eluru, ST Waller, CR Bhat
Transportation Research Record 2076 (1), 52-61, 2008
1232008
Automated intersection control: Performance of future innovation versus current traffic signal control
D Fajardo, TC Au, ST Waller, P Stone, D Yang
Transportation Research Record 2259 (1), 223-232, 2011
1102011
Linear programming models for the user and system optimal dynamic network design problem: formulations, comparisons and extensions
SV Ukkusuri, ST Waller
Networks and Spatial Economics 8 (4), 383-406, 2008
1072008
Reliable evacuation planning via demand inflation and supply deflation
MW Ng, ST Waller
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 46 (6 …, 2010
1002010
Bi‐level programming formulation and heuristic solution approach for dynamic traffic signal optimization
D Sun, RF Benekohal, ST Waller
Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering 21 (5), 321-333, 2006
1002006
Evaluation with traffic assignment under demand uncertainty
ST Waller, JL Schofer, AK Ziliaskopoulos
Transportation Research Record 1771 (1), 69-74, 2001
1002001
Exploring the capacity of social media data for modelling travel behaviour: Opportunities and challenges
TH Rashidi, A Abbasi, M Maghrebi, S Hasan, TS Waller
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 75, 197-211, 2017
982017
A hybrid bilevel model for the optimal shelter assignment in emergency evacuations
MW Ng, J Park, ST Waller
Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering 25 (8), 547-556, 2010
962010
Optimal long‐term infrastructure maintenance planning accounting for traffic dynamics
MW Ng, DY Lin, ST Waller
Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering 24 (7), 459-469, 2009
882009
A chance-constrained based stochastic dynamic traffic assignment model: Analysis, formulation and solution algorithms
ST Waller, AK Ziliaskopoulos
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 14 (6), 418-427, 2006
842006
Multiobjective traffic signal timing optimization using non-dominated sorting genetic algorithm
D Sun, RF Benekohal, ST Waller
IEEE IV2003 Intelligent Vehicles Symposium. Proceedings (Cat. No. 03TH8683 …, 2003
832003
Large-scale dynamic traffic assignment: Implementation issues and computational analysis
AK Ziliaskopoulos, ST Waller, Y Li, M Byram
Journal of Transportation Engineering 130 (5), 585-593, 2004
822004
Dynamic continuous network design problem: linear bilevel programming and metaheuristic approaches
A Karoonsoontawong, ST Waller
Transportation Research Record 1964 (1), 104-117, 2006
762006
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