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Book Chapter
Ran, Bin, and David E. Boyce. "Variational Inequality Models of Ideal Dynamic User-Optimal Route Choice Problems." In Dynamic Urban Transportation Network Models, 267-290. Vol. 417. Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems 417. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1994.
Conference Proceedings
Boyce, D. E., D.-H. Lee, and B.N. Janson. Variational inequality Model of Ideal Dynamic User-Optimal Route Choice In Transportation Networks: Recent Methodological Advances. Selected Proceedings of the 4th EURO Transportation Meeting. Newcastle, England, 1999.
Journal Article
Bar-Gera, H., and D. E. Boyce. "Validation of multiclass urban travel forecasting models combining origin-destination, mode, and route choices." Journal of Regional Science 43 (2003): 517-540.
Karr, A. F., T.L. Graves, A. Mockus, and P. Schuster. "Variability of travel times on arterial streets: effects of signals and volume." Transportation Research Record C 10 (2002): 000.
Xia, J., N. Sedransk, and X. Feng. "Variance Component Analysis of a Multi-Site Study of Multiple Reaction Monitoring Measurements of Peptides and Proteins in Human Plasma." PLoS1 6 (2011): e14590.
Picka, Jeffrey D. "Variance Reducing Modifications for Estimators of Standardized Moments of Random Sets." Advances in Applied Probability 32 (2000): 682-700.
Karr, A. F., A. Sen, P. Thakuriah, and X. Zhu. "Variances of link travel time estimates: Implications for optimal routes." International Transactions in Operational Research 6 (1999): 75-87.
Reiter, J. P., A. Oganyan, and A. F. Karr. "Verification servers: enabling analysts to assess the quality of inferences from public use data." Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 53 (2009): 1475-1482.
Karr, A. F., and S. G. Eick. "Visual Scalability." Journal Comp. Graphical Statistics 11 (2002): 22-43.
Eick, Stephen G., Paul Schuster, Audris Mockus, Todd L. Graves, and Alan F. Karr. "Visualizing Software Changes." INTERACTIONS 17 (2002): 29-31.