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John E. Taylor
John E. Taylor
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
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Forecasting energy consumption of multi-family residential buildings using support vector regression: Investigating the impact of temporal and spatial monitoring granularity on…
RK Jain, KM Smith, PJ Culligan, JE Taylor
Applied Energy 123, 168-178, 2014
5152014
Paradigm trajectories of building information modeling practice in project networks
JE Taylor, PG Bernstein
Journal of management in engineering 25 (2), 69-76, 2009
2742009
Response–relapse patterns of building occupant electricity consumption following exposure to personal, contextualized and occupant peer network utilization data
G Peschiera, JE Taylor, JA Siegel
Energy and Buildings 42 (8), 1329-1336, 2010
2492010
Innovation alignment and project network dynamics: An integrative model for change
JE Taylor, R Levitt
Project management journal 38 (3), 22-35, 2007
2202007
Assessing eco-feedback interface usage and design to drive energy efficiency in buildings
RK Jain, JE Taylor, G Peschiera
Energy and Buildings 48, 8-17, 2012
2062012
Emergence and role of cultural boundary spanners in global engineering project networks
MK Di Marco, JE Taylor, P Alin
Journal of management in engineering 26 (3), 123-132, 2010
1762010
Understanding and managing systemic innovation in project-based industries
J Taylor, R Levitt
Innovations: Project management research, 83-99, 2004
1692004
Smart city digital twins
N Mohammadi, JE Taylor
2017 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI), 1-5, 2017
166*2017
Antecedents of successful three-dimensional computer-aided design implementation in design and construction networks
JE Taylor
Journal of construction engineering and management 133 (12), 993-1002, 2007
1632007
Meeting the burden of proof with case-study research
JE Taylor, CS Dossick, M Garvin
Journal of construction engineering and management 137 (4), 303-311, 2011
1592011
Modeling building occupant network energy consumption decision-making: The interplay between network structure and conservation
J Chen, JE Taylor, HH Wei
Energy and Buildings 47, 515-524, 2012
1532012
The impact of peer network position on electricity consumption in building occupant networks utilizing energy feedback systems
G Peschiera, JE Taylor
Energy and Buildings 49, 584-590, 2012
1362012
Inter-building effect: Simulating the impact of a network of buildings on the accuracy of building energy performance predictions
AL Pisello, JE Taylor, X Xu, F Cotana
Building and environment 58, 37-45, 2012
1352012
Investigating the impact eco-feedback information representation has on building occupant energy consumption behavior and savings
RK Jain, JE Taylor, PJ Culligan
Energy and Buildings 64, 408-414, 2013
1302013
Can social influence drive energy savings? Detecting the impact of social influence on the energy consumption behavior of networked users exposed to normative eco-feedback
RK Jain, R Gulbinas, JE Taylor, PJ Culligan
Energy and buildings 66, 119-127, 2013
1292013
Patterns and limitations of urban human mobility resilience under the influence of multiple types of natural disaster
Q Wang, JE Taylor
PLoS one 11 (1), e0147299, 2016
1262016
Project network interdependency alignment: New approach to assessing project effectiveness
P Chinowsky, JE Taylor, M Di Marco
Journal of Management in Engineering 27 (3), 170-178, 2011
1172011
Quantifying Human Mobility Perturbation and Resilience in Hurricane Sandy
Q Wang, JE Taylor
PLOS One 9 (11), e112608, 2014
1152014
Networks in engineering: an emerging approach to project organization studies
P Chinowsky, JE Taylor
Engineering Project Organization Journal 2 (1-2), 15-26, 2012
1012012
Toward mitigating urban heat island effects: Investigating the thermal-energy impact of bio-inspired retro-reflective building envelopes in dense urban settings
Y Han, JE Taylor, AL Pisello
Energy and Buildings 102, 380-389, 2015
882015
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