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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
2722001
Probabilistic earthquake scenarios: extending risk analysis methodologies to spatially distributed systems
SE Chang, M Shinozuka, JE Moore
Earthquake Spectra 16 (3), 557-572, 2000
2662000
Arriving on time
YY Fan, RE Kalaba, JE Moore II
Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications 127 (3), 497-513, 2005
2132005
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
1712005
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
1382007
Secondary accident rates on Los Angeles freeways
JE Moore, G Giuliano, S Cho
Journal of Transportation Engineering 130 (3), 280-285, 2004
1222004
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
1092007
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
732007
Ten myths about US urban rail systems
TA Rubin, JE Moore II, S Lee
Transport Policy 6 (1), 57-73, 1999
701999
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
632008
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
562008
Loss estimation due to seismic risks to highway systems
SD Werner, CE Taylor, JE Moore
Earthquake Spectra 13 (4), 585-604, 1997
541997
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
512000
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
502009
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
452011
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, 1033-1072, 2009
442009
The economic costs and consequences of terrorism
JE Moore
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2008
382008
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
382004
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
372004
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