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Journal of Transportation and Statistics Volume 8 Number 1

Journal of Transportation and Statistics - Volume 8, Number 1

Journal of Transportation and Statistics
Volume 8 Number 1

2005
ISSN 1094-8848

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Table of Contents File Formats
Entire Report
Contributors
Editorial Board
Front Matter
Letter from the Deputy Administrator
Paper 1 - The Dynamics of Aircraft Degradation and Mechanical Failure by Leonard MacLean, Alex Richman, Stig Larsson, and Vincent Richman
Table 1 - Description of the Study Sample
Table 2 - Research Hypotheses
Table 3 - Model Variations
Table 4 - Comparison Hypotheses
Table 5 - Fitted Failure Model
Table 6 - Comparison of Models and Operators
Table 7 - Comparison of Estimates
Figure 1 - Probability of Failure of a Single Aircraft
Figure 2 - Aircraft Degradation and Repair
Figure 3 - Number of Failures in an Observation Window
Paper 2 - Air Traffic at Three Swiss Airports: Application of Stamp in Forecasting Future Trends by Miriam Scaglione and Andrew Mungall
Table 1 - Hyper-Parameters Given as Standard Deviation and Interventions
Table 2 - Statistical Values of the Goodness-of-Fit Test
Table 3 - Cycle Parameters and Final Growth Rates for Three Swiss Airports
Table 4 - Forecasts of Numbers of Passengers and Aircraft Movements
Figure 1 - Slope Components and Cycles for Aircraft Movements and Passengers at GVA: 1953-2002
Figure 2 - Trend Plus Cycle and Actual Values (in Logarithms) for Movements and Passengers at GVA: 1953-2002
Figure 3 - Forecast Figures for Movements and Passengers at GVA
Figure 4 - Slope Components for the Zurich Airport Model with External Shocks Chronology: 1953-2002
Table A1 - Interpretation of the Hyper-Parameters of the Model for Geneva International Airport
Paper 3 - Improved Estimates of Ton-Miles by Scott M. Dennis
Table 1 - Comparison of Annual Data Coverage
Figure 1 - All Ton-Miles
Figure 2 - Air Freight, Express, and Mail Revenue Ton-Miles
Figure 3 - Development of Truck Ton-Mile Estimates
Figure 4 - Truck Ton-Miles
Figure 5 - Railroad Ton-Miles
Figure 6 - Waterborne Ton-Miles
Figure 7 - Pipeline Ton-Miles
Table A1 - All Ton-Miles
Table A2 - Airline Freight, Express, and Mail Revenue Ton-Miles
Table A3 - Development of Truck Ton-Mile Estimates
Table A4 - Truck Ton-Miles
Table A5 - Railroad Ton-Miles
Table A6 - Waterborne Ton-Miles
Table A7 - Oil, Oil Products, and Natural Gas Pipeline Ton-Miles
Paper 4 - Spatial and Temporal Transferability of Trip Generation Demand Models in Israel by Adrian V. Cotrus, Joseph N. Prashker, and Yoram Shiftan
Table 1 - Demographic Characteristics by Metropolitan Area and Year
Table 2 - Differences Among the 1972, 1984, and 1996/97 Traveling Habits Survey
Table 3 - Regression Models by Metropolitan Areas: 1984
Table 4 - Aggregate Estimation Results Using Regression Models: 1984
Table 5 - Tobit Models by Metropolitan Areas: 1984
Table 6 - Aggregate Estimation Results Using Linear Tobit Models, by Year
Table 7 - Tobit Models Estimation of Nontravelers: 1984
Table 8 - Regression Models by Metropolitan Area: 1996/97
Table 9 - Aggregate Estimation Results Using Regression Models: 1996/97
Table 10 - Tobit Models by Metropolitan Areas: 1996/97
Table 11 - Tobit Estimation of Nontravelers by Metropolitan Areas: 1996/97
Table 12 - Temporal Transferability Results of the 1984 Models in the 1996/97 Files
Figure 1 - Research Sequence of Stages
Paper 5 - Governors Highway Safety Associations and Transportation Planning: Exploratory Factor Analysis and Structural Equation Modelling by Sudeshna Mitra, Simon Washington, Eric Dumbaugh, and Michael D. Meyer
Table 1 - Summary of Survey Response
Table 2 - Results of the Exploratory Factor Analysis
Table 3 - Weighted Least Square Estimate of the Model
Table 4 - Overall Goodness-of-Fit Measures for the Model
Figure 1 - Final Model Specifications
Paper 6 - Vehicle Breakdown Duration Modeling by Wenqun Wang, Haibo Chen, and Margaret C. Bell
Table 1 - Kruskal-Wallis Test of Vehicle Breakdown Duration
Table 2 - Variables in the Fuzzy Logic Model
Table 3 - Sensitivity Test of the ANN Input Variables
Table 4 - Comparison of the FL and ANN Models
Figure 1 - Map of the M4 Motorway
Figure 2 - Distribution of Vehicle Breakdown Duration
Figure 3 - Vehicle Breakdown Duration and Time of Day
Figure 4 - Vehicle Breakdown Duration and Vehicle Type
Figure 5 - Structure of the FL System
Figure 6 - Surface of the FL System
Figure 7 - Result of the FL Model
Figure 8 - Structure of the ANN System
Figure 9 - Result of the ANN Model
Paper 7 - Using Generalized Estimation Equations to Account for Correlation in Route Choice Models
Table 1 - Modeling Results for the BGEE Model with and without Correlation
Table 2 - Modeling Results for the MGEE Model without Correlation
Table 3 - Modeling Results for the MGEE Model with Correlation
Figure 1 - Sample View of a Screen from the Orlando Transportation Experimental Simulation Program (Scenario #3)
Book Reviews
Data Review
Table 1 - Airline Employees by Business Model and Size Classification: 2004
Table 2 - Airline Employees: 2000-2004
Table 3 - Percentage Change in Airline Employment
Guidelines for Manuscript Submission
Call for Papers
Back Cover
Updated: Saturday, May 20, 2017