Aruna Sivakumar
Aruna Sivakumar
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RAND Review
T Tanielian, LH Jaycox, MB Buntin, S Rohwedder, MD Greenberg, ...
RAND Corporation, 2008
3178*2008
A review of urban energy system models: Approaches, challenges and opportunities
J Keirstead, M Jennings, A Sivakumar
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 16 (6), 3847-3866, 2012
4232012
Comprehensive econometric microsimulator for daily activity-travel patterns
CR Bhat, JY Guo, S Srinivasan, A Sivakumar
Transportation Research Record 1894 (1), 57-66, 2004
3902004
Comprehensive econometric microsimulator for daily activity-travel patterns
C Bhat, J Guo, S Srinivasan, A Sivakumar
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Boardá…, 2004
3902004
An analysis of the impact of information and communication technologies on non-maintenance shopping activities
CR Bhat, A Sivakumar, KW Axhausen
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 37 (10), 857-881, 2003
1192003
A new approach to predict the market and impacts of round-trip and point-to-point carsharing systems: Case study of London
S Le Vine, M Lee-Gosselin, A Sivakumar, J Polak
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 32, 218-229, 2014
1012014
Fractional split-distribution model for statewide commodity-flow analysis
A Sivakumar, C Bhat
Transportation Research Record 1790 (1), 80-88, 2002
982002
Modelling electric vehicles use: a survey on the methods
N Daina, A Sivakumar, JW Polak
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 68, 447-460, 2017
742017
Electric vehicle charging choices: Modelling and implications for smart charging services
N Daina, A Sivakumar, JW Polak
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 81, 36-56, 2017
732017
Modelling shared space users via rule-based social force model
B Anvari, MGH Bell, A Sivakumar, WY Ochieng
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 51, 83-103, 2015
712015
Exploring the Role of Individual Attitudes and Perceptions in Predicting the Demand for Cycling: A Hybrid Choice Modelling Approach
R Maldonado-Hinarejos, A Sivakumar, JW Polak
Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting, 2014
682014
Modelling transport: a synthesis of transport modelling methodologies
A Sivakumar
Imperial College of London, 2007
632007
Comprehensive, unified framework for analyzing spatial location choice
A Sivakumar, CR Bhat
Transportation Research Record 2003 (1), 103-111, 2007
512007
Using Activity‐Based Modeling to Simulate Urban Resource Demands at High Spatial and Temporal Resolutions
J Keirstead, A Sivakumar
Journal of Industrial Ecology 16 (6), 889-900, 2012
452012
A new concept of accessibility to personal activities: development of theory and application to an empirical study of mobility resource holdings
S Le Vine, M Lee-Gosselin, A Sivakumar, J Polak
Journal of Transport Geography 31, 1-10, 2013
362013
Towards a microeconomic framework for modelling the joint choice of activity–travel behaviour and ICT use
J Pawlak, JW Polak, A Sivakumar
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 76, 92-112, 2015
272015
Simulation Estimation of Mixed Discrete Choice Models with the Use of Randomized Quasi–Monte Carlo Sequences: A Comparative Study
A Sivakumar, CR Bhat, G Íkten
Transportation Research Record 1921 (1), 112-122, 2005
272005
Simulation Estimation of Mixed Discrete Choice Models with the Use of Randomized Quasi–Monte Carlo Sequences: A Comparative Study
A Sivakumar, CR Bhat, G Íkten
Transportation Research Record 1921 (1), 112-122, 2005
272005
Choice set pruning in residential location choice modelling: a comparison of sampling and choice set generation approaches in greater London
A Zolfaghari, A Sivakumar, JW Polak
Transportation Planning and Technology 35 (1), 87-106, 2012
232012
Response of electric vehicle drivers to dynamic pricing of parking and charging services: Risky choice in early reservations
C Latinopoulos, A Sivakumar, JW Polak
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 80, 175-189, 2017
192017
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