Samer Hamdar
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Modeling lane-changing behavior in a connected environment: A game theory approach
A Talebpour, HS Mahmassani, SH Hamdar
Transportation Research Procedia 7, 420-440, 2015
Modeling driver behavior as sequential risk-taking task
SH Hamdar, M Treiber, HS Mahmassani, A Kesting
Transportation research record 2088 (1), 208-217, 2008
Speed harmonization: Evaluation of effectiveness under congested conditions
A Talebpour, HS Mahmassani, SH Hamdar
Transportation research record 2391 (1), 69-79, 2013
From existing accident-free car-following models to colliding vehicles: exploration and assessment
SH Hamdar, HS Mahmassani
Transportation research record 2088 (1), 45-56, 2008
Weather and road geometry impact on longitudinal driving behavior: Exploratory analysis using an empirically supported acceleration modeling framework
SH Hamdar, L Qin, A Talebpour
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 67, 193-213, 2016
From behavioral psychology to acceleration modeling: Calibration, validation, and exploration of drivers’ cognitive and safety parameters in a risk-taking environment
SH Hamdar, HS Mahmassani, M Treiber
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 78, 32-53, 2015
Aggressiveness propensity index for driving behavior at signalized intersections
SH Hamdar, HS Mahmassani, RB Chen
Accident Analysis & Prevention 40 (1), 315-326, 2008
Multiregime sequential risk-taking model of car-following behavior: specification, calibration, and sensitivity analysis
A Talebpour, HS Mahmassani, SH Hamdar
Transportation research record 2260 (1), 60-66, 2011
Near-crash identification in a connected vehicle environment
A Talebpour, HS Mahmassani, F Mete, SH Hamdar
Transportation Research Record 2424 (1), 20-28, 2014
Driver behavior modeling
S Hamdar
Handbook of intelligent vehicles, 537-558, 2012
Driver car-following behavior: From discrete event process to continuous set of episodes
SH Hamdar, HS Mahmassani
Transportation Research Board 87th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2008
Effect of information availability on stability of traffic flow: Percolation theory approach
A Talebpour, HS Mahmassani, SH Hamdar
Transportation Research Procedia 23, 81-100, 2017
Modeling driver behavior as a stochastic hazard-based risk-taking process
SH Hamdar
Civil and Environmental Engineering, 158-168, 2009
Traffic flow of connected and automated vehicles: Challenges and opportunities
S Calvert, H Mahmassani, JN Meier, P Varaiya, S Hamdar, D Chen, X Li, ...
Road Vehicle Automation 4, 235-245, 2018
Measuring the safety impact of road infrastructure systems on driver behavior: Vehicle instrumentation and real world driving experiment
J Schorr, SH Hamdar, C Silverstein
Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems 21 (5), 364-374, 2017
Life in the fast lane: duration-based investigation of driver behavior differences across freeway lanes
SH Hamdar, HS Mahmassani
Transportation research record 2124 (1), 89-102, 2009
Safety propensity index for signalized and unsignalized intersections: Exploration and assessment
JP Schorr, SH Hamdar
Accident Analysis & Prevention 71, 93-105, 2014
Travel time reliability versus safety: A stochastic hazard-based modeling approach
SH Hamdar, A Talebpour, J Dong
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 16 (1), 264-273, 2014
Calibration of a stochastic car-following model using trajectory data: exploration and model properties
SH Hamdar, M Treiber, HS Mahmassani
Transportation Research Board 88th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2009
Towards modeling driver behavior under extreme conditions
SH Hamdar
University of Maryland, College Park, 2004
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