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Exploring the impacts of COVID-19 on travel behavior and mode preferences
M Abdullah, C Dias, D Muley, M Shahin
Transportation research interdisciplinary perspectives 8, 100255, 2020
7472020
Role of transport during outbreak of infectious diseases: evidence from the past
D Muley, M Shahin, C Dias, M Abdullah
Sustainability 12 (18), 7367, 2020
962020
Investigating collective escape behaviours in complex situations
C Dias, M Sarvi, N Shiwakoti, O Ejtemai, M Burd
Safety science 60, 87-94, 2013
832013
Public transport versus solo travel mode choices during the COVID-19 pandemic: Self-reported evidence from a developing country
M Abdullah, N Ali, MA Javid, C Dias, T Campisi
Transportation Engineering 5, 100078, 2021
812021
Exploring the traveler’s intentions to use public transport during the COVID-19 pandemic while complying with precautionary measures
M Abdullah, N Ali, C Dias, T Campisi, MA Javid
Applied Sciences 11 (8), 3630, 2021
622021
Calibrating cellular automaton models for pedestrians walking through corners
C Dias, R Lovreglio
Physics Letters A 382 (19), 1255-1261, 2018
532018
Relationship between congestion and traffic accidents on expressways: an investigation with Bayesian belief networks
C Dias, M Miska, M Kuwahara, H Warita
Proceedings of 40th annual meeting of infrastructure planning (JSCE), 2009
502009
Calibrating a social force based model for simulating personal mobility vehicles and pedestrian mixed traffic
C Dias, M Iryo-Asano, H Nishiuchi, T Todoroki
Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory 87, 395-411, 2018
472018
Pedestrian walking characteristics through angled corridors: An experimental study
C Dias, O Ejtemai, M Sarvi, N Shiwakoti
Transportation research record 2421 (1), 41-50, 2014
472014
Structural equation modeling of public transport use with COVID-19 precautions: An extension of the norm activation model
MA Javid, M Abdullah, N Ali, C Dias
Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives 12, 100474, 2021
442021
Modeling pedestrians’ subjective danger perception toward personal mobility vehicles
Y Hasegawa, C Dias, M Iryo-Asano, H Nishiuchi
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 56, 256-267, 2018
442018
An empirical study of crowd and pedestrian dynamics: the impact of different angle paths and grouping
A Gorrini, S Bandini, M Sarvi, C Dias, N Shiwakoti
Transportation Research Record 41, 42, 2013
352013
Investigating pedestrian navigation in indoor open space environments using big data
L Ruggiero, D Charitha, S Xiang, B Lucia
Applied Mathematical Modelling 62, 499-509, 2018
342018
Turning angle effect on emergency egress: experimental evidence and pedestrian crowd simulation
C Dias, M Sarvi, N Shiwakoti, M Burd
Transportation research record 2312 (1), 120-127, 2012
332012
Exploring pedestrian walking through angled corridors
C Dias, O Ejtemai, M Sarvi, M Burd
Transportation Research Procedia 2, 19-25, 2014
322014
Evacuation under flooded conditions: Experimental investigation of the influence of water depth on walking behaviors
C Dias, N Abd Rahman, A Zaiter
International journal of disaster risk reduction 58, 102192, 2021
312021
Applicability of virtual reality systems for evaluating pedestrians’ perception and behavior
M Iryo-Asano, Y Hasegawa, C Dias
Transportation research procedia 34, 67-74, 2018
272018
Elevated desired speed and change in desired direction: effects on collective pedestrian flow characteristics
C Dias, M Sarvi, O Ejtemai, M Burd
Transportation research record 2490 (1), 65-75, 2015
262015
Impact of the geometric field of view on drivers’ speed perception and lateral position in driving simulators
Q Hussain, M Almallah, WKM Alhajyaseen, C Dias
Procedia Computer Science 170, 18-25, 2020
252020
Simulating interactions between pedestrians, Segway riders and cyclists in shared spaces using social force model
C Dias, H Nishiuchi, S Hyoudo, T Todoroki
Transportation research procedia 34, 91-98, 2018
222018
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