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Kayvan Aghabayk
Kayvan Aghabayk
Assistant Professor, University of Tehran
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A novel methodology for evolutionary calibration of Vissim by multi-threading
K Aghabayk, M Sarvi, W Young, L Kautzsch
Australasian Transport Research Forum 36 (1), 1-15, 2013
932013
A state-of-the-art review of car-following models with particular considerations of heavy vehicles
K Aghabayk, M Sarvi, W Young
Transport reviews 35 (1), 82-105, 2015
922015
Understanding the dynamics of heavy vehicle interactions in car-following
K Aghabayk, M Sarvi, W Young
Journal of Transportation Engineering 138 (12), 1468-1475, 2012
672012
Importance–Performance Analysis (IPA) of bus service attributes: A case study in a developing country
J Esmailpour, K Aghabayk, MA Vajari, C De Gruyter
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 142, 129-150, 2020
622020
A multinomial logit model of motorcycle crash severity at Australian intersections
MA Vajari, K Aghabayk, M Sadeghian, N Shiwakoti
Journal of safety research 73, 17-24, 2020
582020
Comparing heavy vehicle and passenger car lane-changing maneuvers on arterial roads and freeways
K Aghabayk, S Moridpour, W Young, M Sarvi, YB Wang
Transportation research record 2260 (1), 94-101, 2011
452011
Observational-based study to explore pedestrian crossing behaviors at signalized and unsignalized crosswalks
K Aghabayk, J Esmailpour, A Jafari, N Shiwakoti
Accident Analysis & Prevention 151, 105990, 2021
412021
Modelling heavy vehicle car‐following behaviour in congested traffic conditions
K Aghabayk, M Sarvi, N Forouzideh, W Young
Journal of advanced transportation 48 (8), 1017-1029, 2014
372014
Random utility models of pedestrian crowd exit selection based on SP-off-RP experiments
M Haghani, O Ejtemai, M Sarvi, A Sobhani, M Burd, K Aghabayk
Transportation Research Procedia 2, 524-532, 2014
372014
Spatial fluctuations of pedestrian velocities in bidirectional streams: Exploring the effects of self-organization
M Saberi, K Aghabayk, A Sobhani
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 434, 120-128, 2015
342015
Attribute selection for modelling driver's car-following behaviour in heterogeneous congested traffic conditions
K Aghabayk, M Sarvi, W Young
Transportmetrica A: Transport Science 10 (5), 457-468, 2014
322014
Data mining approach to model bus crash severity in Australia
SA Samerei, K Aghabayk, A Mohammadi, N Shiwakoti
Journal of safety research 76, 73-82, 2021
282021
Insights toward efficient angle design of pedestrian crowd egress point bottlenecks
H Tavana, K Aghabayk
Transportmetrica A: transport science 15 (2), 1569-1586, 2019
242019
Effects of COVID-19 on rail passengers’ crowding perceptions
K Aghabayk, J Esmailpour, N Shiwakoti
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 154, 186-202, 2021
232021
Assessing risk factors associated with urban transit bus involved accident severity: a case study of a Middle East country
M Nasri, K Aghabayk
International journal of crashworthiness 26 (4), 413-423, 2021
212021
Impacts of different angles and speeds on behavior of pedestrian crowd merging
K Aghabayk, M Sarvi, O Ejtemai, A Sobhani
Transportation research record 2490 (1), 76-83, 2015
202015
Exploring a local linear model tree approach to car‐following
K Aghabayk, N Forouzideh, W Young
Computer‐Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering 28 (8), 581-593, 2013
192013
Investigating the interaction between pedestrian behaviors and crashes through validation of a pedestrian behavior questionnaire (PBQ)
A Esmaili, K Aghabayk, N Parishad, AN Stephens
Accident Analysis & Prevention 153, 106050, 2021
182021
Understanding pedestrian crowd merging behavior
K Aghabayk, O Ejtemai, M Sarvi, A Sobhani
Transportation Research Procedia 2, 768-773, 2014
182014
Investigation on the impact of walkways slope and pedestrians physical characteristics on pedestrians normal walking and jogging speeds
K Aghabayk, N Parishad, N Shiwakoti
Safety Science 133, 105012, 2021
162021
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