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Integrating transportation network and regional economic models to estimate the costs of a large urban earthquake
S Cho, P Gordon, JE Moore II, HW Richardson, M Shinozuka, S Chang
Journal of Regional Science 41 (1), 39-65, 2001
2762001
Probabilistic earthquake scenarios: extending risk analysis methodologies to spatially distributed systems
SE Chang, M Shinozuka, JE Moore
Earthquake Spectra 16 (3), 557-572, 2000
2592000
Arriving on time
YY Fan, RE Kalaba, JE Moore II
Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications 127 (3), 497-513, 2005
2092005
Shortest paths in stochastic networks with correlated link costs
YY Fan, RE Kalaba, JE Moore Ii
Computers & Mathematics with Applications 49 (9-10), 1549-1564, 2005
1692005
System risk curves: Probabilistic performance scenarios for highway networks subject to earthquake damage
N Shiraki, M Shinozuka, JE Moore, SE Chang, H Kameda, S Tanaka
Journal of Infrastructure systems 13 (1), 43-54, 2007
1352007
Secondary accident rates on Los Angeles freeways
JE Moore, G Giuliano, S Cho
Journal of Transportation Engineering 130 (3), 280-285, 2004
1152004
The economic impacts of a terrorist attack on the US commercial aviation system
P Gordon, JE Moore, JY Park, HW Richardson
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 27 (3), 505-512, 2007
1062007
A risk-based methodology for assessing the seismic performance of highway systems
SD Werner, CE Taylor, JE Moore, JS Walton, S Cho
Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research, 2000
802000
14. The economic impact of a terrorist attack on the twin ports of Los Angeles–Long Beach
P Gordon, JE Moore II, HW Richardson, Q Pan
The economic impacts of terrorist attacks, 262, 2007
772007
Ten myths about US urban rail systems
TA Rubin, JE Moore II, S Lee
Transport Policy 6 (1), 57-73, 1999
711999
The state‐by‐state economic impacts of the 2002 shutdown of the Los Angeles–Long Beach ports
J Park, P Gordon, JE MOORE II, HW Richardson
Growth and Change 39 (4), 548-572, 2008
592008
11. Simulating the state-by-state effects of terrorist attacks on three major US ports: applying NIEMO (National Interstate Economic Model)
J Park, P Gordon, JE Moore II, HW Richardson, L Wang
The economic costs and consequences of terrorism, 208, 2008
542008
Analyzing transportation reconstruction network strategies: a full cost approach
S Cho, P Gordon, HW Richardson, JE Moore, M Shinozuka
Review of Urban & Regional Development Studies 12 (3), 212-227, 2000
522000
Loss estimation due to seismic risks to highway systems
SD Werner, CE Taylor, JE Moore
Earthquake Spectra 13 (4), 585-604, 1997
521997
Commuting Trends in US Cities in the 1990s
B Lee, P Gordon, HW Richardson, JE Moore
Journal of Planning Education and Research 29 (1), 78-89, 2009
482009
Adding a freight network to a national interstate input–output model: a TransNIEMO application for California
JY Park, JK Cho, P Gordon, JE Moore II, HW Richardson, SS Yoon
Journal of Transport Geography 19 (6), 1410-1422, 2011
442011
A two-step approach to estimating state-to-state commodity trade flows
JY Park, P Gordon, JE Moore, HW Richardson
The Annals of Regional Science 43 (4), 1033-1072, 2009
432009
The economic costs and consequences of terrorism
JE Moore
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2008
402008
Earthquake disaster mitigation for urban transportation systems: An integrated methodology that builds on the Kobe and Northridge experiences
P Gordon, JE Moore, HW Richardson, M Shinozuka, D An, S Cho
Modeling spatial and economic impacts of disasters, 205-232, 2004
402004
New developments in seismic risk analysis of highway systems
SD Werner, CE Taylor, S Cho, JP Lavoie, CK Huyck, C Eitzel, RT Eguchi, ...
Research progress and accomplishments 2003–2004, 221-237, 2004
362004
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