Hanna Maoh
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Factors influencing modal split of commuting journeys in medium-size European cities
G Santos, H Maoh, D Potoglou, T von Brunn
Journal of Transport Geography 30, 127-137, 2013
1292013
Logistics land use and the city: A spatial–temporal modeling approach
C Woudsma, JF Jensen, P Kanaroglou, H Maoh
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 44 (2 …, 2008
1032008
Smart growth strategies, transportation and urban sprawl: simulated futures for Hamilton, Ontario
K Behan, H Maoh, P Kanaroglou
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 52 (3), 291-308, 2008
1012008
Geographic clustering of firms and urban form: a multivariate analysis
H Maoh, P Kanaroglou
Journal of Geographical Systems 9 (1), 29-52, 2007
812007
Population synthesis: Comparing the major techniques using a small, complete population of firms
J Ryan, H Maoh, P Kanaroglou
Geographical Analysis 41 (2), 181-203, 2009
792009
A tool for evaluating urban sustainability via integrated transportation and land use simulation models
H Maoh, P Kanaroglou
Environnement Urbain/Urban Environment 3, 28-46, 2009
702009
Business establishment mobility behavior in urban areas: a microanalytical model for the City of Hamilton in Ontario, Canada
H Maoh, P Kanaroglou
Journal of Geographical Systems 9 (3), 229-252, 2007
492007
Determinants of normal and extreme commute distance in a sprawled midsize Canadian city: evidence from Windsor, Canada
H Maoh, Z Tang
Journal of Transport Geography 25, 50-57, 2012
482012
Calibrating the Wiedemann’s vehicle-following model using mixed vehicle-pair interactions
U Durrani, C Lee, H Maoh
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 67, 227-242, 2016
412016
Classifying the purpose of stopped truck events: An application of entropy to GPS data
K Gingerich, H Maoh, W Anderson
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 64, 17-27, 2016
402016
Exploring the land development process and its impact on urban form in Hamilton, Ontario
HF Maoh, M Koronios, PS Kanaroglou
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 54 (1), 68-86, 2010
302010
Intrametropolitan location of business establishments: Microanalytical model for Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
H Maoh, P Kanaroglou
Transportation research record 2133 (1), 33-45, 2009
302009
IMPACT: An integrated GIS-based model for simulating the consequences of demographic changes and population ageing on transportation
H Maoh, P Kanaroglou, D Scott, A Paez, B Newbold
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 33 (3), 200-210, 2009
282009
Simulation model for assessing the impact of climate change on transportation and the economy in Canada
H Maoh, P Kanaroglou, C Woudsma
Transportation Research Record 2067 (1), 84-92, 2008
282008
GIS, objects and integrated urban models
RN Buliung, PS Kanaroglou, H Maoh
Integrated Land-Use and Transportation Models, 2005
282005
Transferability and enhancement of a microsimulation model for estimating urban commercial vehicle movements
M Ferguson, H Maoh, J Ryan, P Kanaroglou, TH Rashidi
Journal of Transport Geography 24, 358-369, 2012
272012
Agent-based firmographic models: a simulation framework for the city of Hamilton
HF Maoh, PS Kanaroglou
Proceedings of PROCESSUS Second International Colloquium on the Behavioural …, 2005
252005
Modeling the location of firms within an integrated transport and land-use model for Hamilton, Ontario
HF Maoh, PS Kanaroglou, RN Buliung
Centre for Spatial Analysis, McMaster University, Hamilton, 2005
252005
Short-term prediction of border crossing time and traffic volume for commercial trucks: A case study for the Ambassador Bridge
M Moniruzzaman, H Maoh, W Anderson
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 63, 182-194, 2016
212016
A demographic model for small area population projections: an application to the Census Metropolitan Area of Hamilton in Ontario, Canada
PS Kanaroglou, HF Maoh, B Newbold, DM Scott, A Paez
Environment and Planning A 41 (4), 964-979, 2009
202009
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