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
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
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
Geographic clustering of firms and urban form: a multivariate analysis
H Maoh, P Kanaroglou
Journal of Geographical Systems 9 (1), 29-52, 2007
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
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
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
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
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
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
Intrametropolitan location of business establishments: Microanalytical model for Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
H Maoh, P Kanaroglou
Transportation research record 2133 (1), 33-45, 2009
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
GIS, objects and integrated urban models
RN Buliung, PS Kanaroglou, HF Maoh
Integrated Land-use and Transportation Models: Behavioural Foundations, 207-230, 2005
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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