Zahra Shahhoseini
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Accommodating taste heterogeneity and desired substitution pattern in exit choices of pedestrian crowd evacuees using a mixed nested logit model
M Haghani, M Sarvi, Z Shahhoseini
Journal of choice modelling 16, 58-68, 2015
352015
Pedestrian crowd dynamics in merging sections: Revisiting the “faster-is-slower” phenomenon
Z Shahhoseini, M Sarvi, M Saberi
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 491, 101-111, 2018
322018
How simple hypothetical-choice experiments can be utilized to learn humans’ navigational escape decisions in emergencies
M Haghani, M Sarvi, Z Shahhoseini, M Boltes
PloS one 11 (11), e0166908, 2016
292016
Insights toward characteristics of merging streams of pedestrian crowds based on experiments with panicked ants
Z Shahhoseini, M Sarvi, M Saberi
Transportation Research Record 2561 (1), 81-88, 2016
222016
Pedestrian crowd dynamics observed at merging sections: Impact of designs on movement efficiency
Z Shahhoseini, M Sarvi, M Saberi, M Haghani
Transportation Research Record 2622 (1), 48-57, 2017
212017
Pedestrian crowd flows in shared spaces: investigating the impact of geometry based on micro and macro scale measures
Z Shahhoseini, M Sarvi
Transportation research part B: methodological 122, 57-87, 2019
202019
Estimation and application of a multi-class multi-criteria mixed paired combinatorial logit model for transport networks analysis
Z Shahhoseini, M Haghani, M Sarvi
Transportmetrica B: Transport Dynamics 3 (1), 59-78, 2015
192015
Dynamics of social groups’ decision-making in evacuations
M Haghani, M Sarvi, Z Shahhoseini, M Boltes
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 104, 135-157, 2019
182019
Collective movements of pedestrians: How we can learn from simple experiments with non-human (ant) crowds
Z Shahhoseini, M Sarvi
PloS one 12 (8), e0182913, 2017
172017
When ‘push’does not come to ‘shove’: Revisiting ‘faster is slower’in collective egress of human crowds
M Haghani, M Sarvi, Z Shahhoseini
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 122, 51-69, 2019
142019
Path sets size, model specification, or model estimation: Which one matters most in predicting stochastic user equilibrium traffic flow?
M Haghani, Z Shahhoseini, M Sarvi
Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering (English Edition) 3 (3 …, 2016
102016
Quantifying benefits of traveler information systems to performance of transport networks prior to implementation: a double-class structured-parameter stochastic trip …
M Haghani, Z Shahhoseini, M Sarvi
Transportation Letters 8 (1), 1-12, 2016
102016
Traffic flow of merging pedestrian crowds: how architectural design affects collective movement efficiency
Z Shahhoseini, M Sarvi
Transportation research record 2672 (20), 121-132, 2018
62018
Evacuation behaviour of crowds under high and low levels of urgency: experiments of reaction time, exit choice and exit-choice adaptation
M Haghani, M Sarvi, Z Shahhoseini
Safety science 126, 104679, 2020
52020
Probit-based traffic assignment: a comparative study between link-based simulation algorithm and path-based assignment and generalization to random-coefficient approach
M Haghani, Z Shahhoseini, M Sarvi
International Journal of Transportation Engineering 2 (3), 179-198, 2015
52015
Path-based stochastic traffic assignment: an investigation on the effect of choice-sets size, model specification and model calibration on prediction of static flow
M Haghani, Z Shahhoseini, M Sarvi
Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2014
12014
Applications of brain imaging methods in driving behaviour research
M Haghani, MCJ Bliemer, B Farooq, I Kim, Z Li, C Oh, Z Shahhoseini, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2007.09341, 2020
2020
Collective movement of merging pedestrian crowds
Z Shahhoseini
2018
A Double-Class Structured-Parameter Paired Combinatorial Logit Stochastic Traffic Assignment Approach for Forecasting Benefits of Traveler Information Systems Prior to Installation
M Haghani, Z Shahhoseini, M Sarvi
Transportation Research Board 94th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2015
2015
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