Publications

  • Journals

    2019

    Benoit, J.* and Jabari, S.E. (2019) On the perturbation of self-organized urban street networks. Applied Network Science, 4:49. 1-20. [article]

    Benoit, J.* and Jabari, S.E. (2019) Structure entropy, self-organization, and power laws in urban street networks: Evidence for Alexander's ideas. Under review. [arXiv:1902.07663]

    Dilip, D., Lin, D., and Jabari, S.E.* (2019). Learning traffic flow dynamics using random fields. Under review. [arXiv:1806.08764]

    Jabari, S.E.*, Freris, N., and Dilip, D. (2019). Sparse travel time estimation from streaming data. Transportation Science (in press). [arXiv:1804.08130]

    Li, L. and Jabari, S.E.* (2019) Position weighted backpressure intersection control for urban networks. Transportation Research Part B (in press). [arXiv:1810.11406]

    Lin, D., Li, L., and Jabari, S.E.* (2019) Pay to change lanes: A cooperative lane-changing strategy for connected/automated driving. Transportation Research Part C, 105. 550-564. [article]

    Lin, D. and Jabari, S.E.* (2019) Transferable utility games based intersection control for connected vehicles. The 22nd IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), Aukland, NZ.

    Li, L., Lin, D., Pantelidis, T., Chow, J., and Jabari, S.E.* (2019) An agent-based simulation for shared automated electric vehicles with vehicle relocation. The 22nd IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), Aukland, NZ

    Lin, D., Li, L., Hamidou, T., and Jabari, S.E.* (2019) Pay to change lanes: A cooperative lane-changing strategy for connected/automated driving using cooperative game theory. No. 19-04412. The 98th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C. [manuscript]

    Xu, Z., Jabari, S.E.*, and Prassas, E. (2019) Applying finite mixture models to New York City travel times: Case study. Under review.

    Zheng, F., Liu, C., Liu, X.*, Jabari, S.E., and Lu, L. (2019) Analyzing the impact of automated vehicles on uncertainty and stability of the mixed traffic flow. Under review.