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Panwai, S. and Dia, H F (2006). A fuzzy neural approach to modelling behavioural rules in agent-based route choice models. In: A Bassan, B C Draa and F Klugl and S Ossowski, Agents in Traffic and Transportation Workshop, Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi Agents Systems (AAMAS2006). Agents in Traffic and Transportation Workshop, Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agents Systems, Hakodate, Japan, (70-79). 9 May 2006. 107  
Nigarnjanagool, S. and Dia, H F (2006). A multi-agent approach to real-time traffic signal optimisation. In: The 29th Australasian Transport Research Forum 2006. The 29th Australasian Transport Research Forum 2006, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia, (1-16). 27-29 September 2006. 81  
Panwai, S. and Dia, H. F. (2004). A reactive agent-based approach to modelling car following behaviour. In: Proceedings of the 26th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research (CAITR) - Committing to research and development for the next generation. Proceedings of the 26th Conference of Australian Institutes on, Melbourne, Australia, (1-1). 8-10 December 2004. 67  
Panwai, S. and Dia, H. F. (2005). A Reactive Agent-based Neural Network Car Following Model. In: 8th International IEEE Conference on Interlligent Transportation Systems (ITSC2005). 8th International IEEE Conference on Interlligent Transportat, Vienna, Austria, (326-331). 13-16 September 2005. 151 556
Dia, H F, Gondwe, W. W. and Panwai, S. (2006). A traffic simulation approach to evaluating the benefits of incident management programs. In: The 29th Australasian Transport Research Forum 2006. The 29th Australasian Transport Research Forum 2006, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, (1-14). 27-29 September 2006. 55  
Horberry, T, Halliday, M and Gale, AG (2002) Bridge strike reduction: optimising the design of markings. Accident Analysis And Prevention, 34 5: 581-588. doi:10.1016/S0001-4575(01)00055-0 71   3 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Thomas, K. and Dia, H F (2006) Comparative evaluation of freeway incident detection models using field data. IEE Proceedings on Intelligent Transport Systems, 153 3: 230-241. doi:10.1049/ip-its:20055015 45   Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Panwai, S. and Dia, H. F. (2005) Comparative evaluation of microscopic car-following behavior. Ieee Transactions On Intelligent Transportation Systems, 6 3: 314-325. doi:10.1109/TITS.2005.853705 240 2334 78 Cited 106 times in Scopus106 0
Dia, H F and Panwai, S. (2006). Comparative evaluation of models of route choice and driver compliance with traffic information. In: The 29th Australasian Transport Research Forum 2006. The 29th Australasian Transport Research Forum 2006, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia, (1-12). 27-29 September 2006. 50  
Dia, H F, Panwai, S., Boongrapue, N., Ton, T and Smith, N (2006). Comparative evaluation of power-based environment emissions models. In: Proceedings of the 2006 IEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference. Proceedings of the 2006 IEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference, Toronto, Canada, (1251-1256). 17-20 September 2006. 55  
Panwai, S. and Dia, H. F. (2005). Development and evaluation of a reactive agent-based car following model.. In: Manize and C, Intelligent Vehicles and Road Infrastructure Conference (IVRI'05). Intelligent Vehicles and Road Infrastructure Conference, Melbourne, Vic Australia, (1-7). 16-17 february 2005. 62  
Thomas, K. and Dia, H. F. (2004) Development and evaluation of fractal dimension models for freeway incident detection. Road and Transport Research, 13 2: 44-62. 54   Cited 4 times in Scopus4
Winyoopadit, S. and Dia, H. F. (2005). Development and Evaluation of Ramp Metering Algorithms. In: Dr J Bunker and Dr H Dia, The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research. The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, (1-16). 7-9 December 2005. 87  
McKenna, F. P., Horswill, M. S. and Alexander, J. L. (2006) Does anticipation training affect drivers' risk taking?. Journal of Experimental Psychology-applied, 12 1: 1-10. doi:10.1037/1076-898X.12.1.1 194   60 Cited 73 times in Scopus73 0
Waylen, AE, Horswill, MS, Alexander, JL and McKenna, FP (2004) Do expert drivers have a reduced illusion of superiority?. Transportation Research Part F-traffic Psychology And Behaviour, 7 5: 323-331. doi:10.1016/j.trf.2004.09.009 84   13 Cited 14 times in Scopus14 0
Horswill, Mark S. and McKenna, Frank P. (2004). Drivers' hazard perception ability: Situation awareness on the road. In Simon Banbury and Sebastien Tremblay (Ed.), A cognitive approach to situation awareness: Theory and application 1st ed. (pp. 155-175) UK: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.. 659  
Horberry, T. J., Bubnich, C., Hartley, L. and Lamble, D. (2001) Drivers' Use of hand-held Mobile Phones in Western Australia. Transportation Research Part F, 4 3: 213-218. 49  
Castro, C., Horberry, T. J., Tornay, F. J., Martinez, C. and Martos, F. J. (2003) Efectos de facilitacion de repeticion y semantica en el reconocimiento de senales de indicacion y peligro. Cognitiva, 15 1: 19-32. 46  
Wallis, G. (1999). End of the road for the steering wheel?. In: The Challenge of Integration. 3rd National Conference on Injury Prevention and Control, Brisbane, (). 3rd - 5th May, 1999. 29  
Nigarnjanagool, S. and Dia, H. F. (2005) Evaluation of a Dynamic Signal Optimisation Control Model Using Traffic Simulation. Journal of International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences, 29 1: 22-30. 39  
Dia, H F and Cottman, (2006) Evaluation of arterial incident management impacts using traffic simulation. IEE Proceedings on Intelligent Transport Systems, 153 3: 242-252. doi:10.1049/ip-its:20055005 33   Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
Gondwe, W. W. and Dia, H. F. (2005). Evaluation of benefits of incident management on the arterial and moterway road networks using microscopic simulation. In: Dr J Bunker and Dr H Dia, The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research. The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, (1-18). 7-9 December 2005. 40  
Nigarnjanagool, S. and Dia, H. F. (2005). Evaluation of Coordinated and Real Time Signal Optimisation Model Using Traffic Simulation. In: Dr J Bunker and Dr H Dia, The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research. The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, (1-15). 7-9 December 2005. 35  
Sutandi, A. and Dia, H. F. (2005). Evaluation of the impacts of traffic signal control parameters on network performance. In: Dr J Bunker and Dr H Dia, The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research. The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, (1-15). 7-9 December 2005. 43  
Poon, C. P. and Dia, H. F. (2005). Evaluation of toll collection performance using traffic simulation. In: Dr J Bunker and Dr H Dia, The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research. The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, (1-21). 7-9 December 2005. 39  
Horberry, T. J., Hartley, L., Krueger, G. P. and Mabbott, N. (2001). Fatigue Detection Technologies for Drivers A Review of Existing Operator-Centred Systems. In: People in Control, Manchester, United Kingdom, (). 19 - 21 June, 2001. 89  
Horberry, T. J., Hartley, L., Mabbott, N. and Krueger, G. P. (2001). FAtigue Detection TEchnologies for Trucks and Commercial Vehicles: Possibilities and Pitfalls. In Elizabeth Cooper (Ed.), Business Briefing: Global Truck and commercial Vehicle Technology (pp. 58-63) London, United Kingdom: World Markets Research Centre. 65  
Dia, H. F., Panwai, S., Boongrapue, N., Ton, T and Smith, N (2005). Implementation of Power-Based Fuel Consumption and Environmental Emissions Models in Traffic Simulation. In: Dr J Bunker and Dr H Dia, The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research. The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, (1-26). 7-9 December 2005. 69  
Kim Thomas (2005). Incident detection on arterials using neural network data fusion of simulated probe vehicle and loop detector data MPhil Thesis, School of Engineering, The University of Queensland. 180 4
Thomas, K. and Dia, H. F. (2004). Incident detection on arterials using neural network data fusion of simulated proble vehicle and loop detector data. In: Proceedings of the 26th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research (CAITR) - Committing to research and development for the next generation. Proceedings of the 26th Conference of Australian Institutes on, Melbourne, Australia, (1-1). 8-10 December 2004. 33  
Panwai, S. and Dia, H. F. (2005). Microscopic, Macroscopic and Stability Analysis of Reactive Agent-based Car Following Models. In: Dr J Bunker and Dr H Dia, The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research. The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, (1-26). 7-9 December 2005. 53  
Dia, H. F. and Panwai, S. (2004). Modelling dynamic driver behaviour in response to travel information. In: Workshop on Traffic Simulation, Bridging Theory and Practice. Workshop on Traffic Simulation, Bridging Theory and Practice, Brisbane, Australia, (). . 68  
Boongrapue, N., Dia, H. F. and Zito, R. (2005). Modelling of Vehicle Emissions Using Traffic Simulation. In: Bunker, J. and Dia, H., The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research. The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, (1-16). 7-9 December 2005. 74  
Panwai, S. and Dia, H. F. (2005). Modelling Route Choice Behaviour under the Influence of Real Time Traffic Information using Agent-Based Fuzzy-neural Techniques. In: Dr J Bunker and Dr H Dia, The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research. The 27th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, (1-23). 7-9 December 2005. 48  
Horswill, Mark S., Helman, Shaun, Ardiles, Pablo and Wann, John P. (2005) Motorcycle accident risk could be inflated by a time to arrival illusion. Optometry And Vision Science, 82 8: 740-746. doi:10.1097/01.opx.0000175563.21423.50 282 567 32 Cited 34 times in Scopus34 0
Thomas, K. and Dia, H. F. (2005). Neural network incident detection on arterials using fusion of simulated probe vehicle and loop detector data. In: 12th World Congres on ITS. 12th World Congres on ITS, San Francisco, Usa, (1-12). 6-10 November 2005. 59  
Lillis, J. (2001). PEDSAFE development of a new pedestrian auditing method. In: Proceedings of 23rd Conference of Australian Institute of Transport Research. 23rd Conference of Australian Institute of Transport Research (CAITR) - 2001, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, (9). 10-12 December, 2001. 68  
Sutandi, A Caroline (2006). Performance evaluation of advanced traffic control systems in a developing country PhD Thesis, School of Engineering, The University of Queensland. 569 20
Sutandi, A. and Dia, H. F. (2005). Performance Evaluation of an Advanced Traffic Control System in a Developing Country. In: Satoh and k, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies. the 6th Intern Conf of the EASTS, Bangkok, Thailand, (1572-1584). 21-24 September 2005. 42  
McKenna, FP and Horswill, MS (2006) Risk taking from the participant's perspective: The case of driving and accident risk. Health Psychology, 25 2: 163-170. doi:10.1037/0278-6133.25.2.163 80   29 Cited 36 times in Scopus36 0
Panwai, S. and Dia, H. F. (2006). Stability analysis and macroscopie evaluation of agent-based car following models. In: Jason Wong, William H. K. Lam, S. C.Wong and H. W. Ho, The 8th Asia Pacific Intelligent Transport Systems Forum and Exhibition 2006. The 8th Asia Pacific Intelligent Transport Systems Forum and Exhibition 2006, Hong Kong, (1-10). 10-13 July, 2006. 60  
Cloete, Steven (2006). Traffic signs for roadworks applications : evaluation and driver-centred methods of improvement PhD Thesis, School of Human Movement Studies, University of Queensland. 324 11