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Jabari, Saif E., N. Freria, D. Dilip. Sparse recursive estimation of travel times using Gamma kernels (under review, 2016).
Jabari, Saif E., Node modeling for congested urban road networks. Transportation Research Part B, 91. 229–249 . (2016).
Jabari, Saif E., and L. Wynter. Sensor placement with time-to-detection guarantees. EURO Journal on Transportation and Logistics (2015).
Jabari, Saif E., J. Zheng, and H. Liu, H. A probabilistic stationary speed-density relation based on Newell's simplified car-following model. Transportation Research Part B, 68. 205-223 (2014).
Jabari, Saif E., and H. Liu. A stochastic model of tra ffic flow: Gaussian approximation and estimation. Transportation Research Part B, 47(1). 15-41 (2013).
Jabari, Saif E., and H. Liu. A stochastic model of tra ffic flow: Theoretical foundations. Transportation Research Part B, 46(1). 156-174 (2012).
Liu, H. and Saif E. Jabari. Evaluation of corridor traffic management and planning strategies that use microsimulation: A case study. Transportation Research Record 2088. 26-35 (2008).
Jabari, Saif E., X. He., and H. Liu. Heuristic solution techniques for no-notice emergency evacuation traffic management. In: Network Reliability in Practice. Springer, New York, pp. 241-259 (2011).
H. Liu and Saif E. Jabari. Responding to the unexpected: Development of a dynamic data-driven model for effective evacuation. (Report no. Mn/DOT 2009-36). Minneapolis, MN: Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (2009).
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