Alan T. Murray
Alan T. Murray
Professor, Department of Geography, University of California at Santa Barbara
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Estimating impervious surface distribution by spectral mixture analysis
C Wu, AT Murray
Remote sensing of Environment 84 (4), 493-505, 2003
Public transportation access
AT Murray, R Davis, RJ Stimson, L Ferreira
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 3 (5), 319-328, 1998
Monitoring the composition of urban environments based on the vegetation-impervious surface-soil (VIS) model by subpixel analysis techniques
S Phinn, M Stanford, P Scarth, AT Murray, PT Shyy
International journal of remote sensing 23 (20), 4131-4153, 2002
Business Site Selection, Location Analysis and GIS
RL Church, AT Murray
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
Monitoring growth in rapidly urbanizing areas using remotely sensed data
D Ward, SR Phinn, AT Murray
The Professional Geographer 52 (3), 371-386, 2000
Recent advances in accessibility research: Representation, methodology and applications
MP Kwan, AT Murray, ME O'Kelly, M Tiefelsdorf
Journal of Geographical Systems 5, 129-138, 2003
Strategic analysis of public transport coverage
AT Murray
Socio-economic planning sciences 35 (3), 175-188, 2001
A stochastically constrained cellular model of urban growth
DP Ward, AT Murray, SR Phinn
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 24 (6), 539-558, 2000
Spatial restrictions in harvest scheduling
AT Murray
Forest Science 45 (1), 45-52, 1999
Accessibility tradeoffs in public transit planning
AT Murray, X Wu
Journal of Geographical Systems 5, 93-107, 2003
Optimizing green space locations to reduce daytime and nighttime urban heat island effects in Phoenix, Arizona
Y Zhang, AT Murray, BL Turner Ii
Landscape and Urban Planning 165, 162-171, 2017
Exploratory spatial data analysis techniques for examining urban crime: Implications for evaluating treatment
AT Murray, I McGuffog, JS Western, P Mullins
British Journal of criminology 41 (2), 309-329, 2001
Applying simulated annealing to location-planning models
AT Murray, RL Church
Journal of Heuristics 2, 31-53, 1996
Heuristic solution approaches to operational forest planning problems
AT Murray, RL Church
Operations-Research-Spektrum 17, 193-203, 1995
Excess commuting and the modifiable areal unit problem
MW Horner, AT Murray
Urban Studies 39 (1), 131-139, 2002
Comparative approaches for assessing network vulnerability
TH Grubesic, TC Matisziw, AT Murray, D Snediker
International regional science review 31 (1), 88-112, 2008
Modeling s–t path availability to support disaster vulnerability assessment of network infrastructure
TC Matisziw, AT Murray
Computers & Operations Research 36 (1), 16-26, 2009
A coverage model for improving public transit system accessibility and expanding access
AT Murray
Annals of Operations Research 123, 143-156, 2003
Advances in location modeling: GIS linkages and contributions
AT Murray
Journal of geographical systems 12, 335-354, 2010
Equity in regional service provision
AT Murray, R Davis
Journal of Regional Science 41 (4), 557-600, 2001
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