Refereed Papers for Dynamic Traffic Assignment

  1. CAREY, M. "A constraint qualification for a dynamic traffic assignment model," Transportation Science 20(1), 1986.
  2. CAREY, M. "Optimal time-varying flows on congested networks," Operations Research 35(1), 56-69, 1987.
  3. CAREY, M. and A. SRINIVASAN, "Congested traffic networks: time-varying flows and start-time policies," European Journal of Operational Research 36, 227-240, 1988.
  4. CAREY, M. "Extending and solving a multiperiod congested network flow model", Computers and Operations Research 17(5), 495-507, 1990.
  5. CAREY, M. "Nonconvexity of the dynamic traffic assignment problem", Transportation Research 26B(2), 127-133, April 1992.
  6. CAREY, M. and A. SRINIVASAN, "Externalities, average and marginal costs, and tolls on congested networks with time-varying flows," Operations Research 41(1), 217-231, Jan. 1993.
  7. CAREY, M. and A. SRINIVASAN. "Solving a class of network models for dynamic flow control". European Journal of Operational Research 75(1), 151-170, May/June 1994.
  8. CAREY, M. "Dynamic congestion pricing and the price of FIFO". Pages 333-350 of Urban Traffic Networks, N. H. Gartner and G. Improta (Eds.), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1995. ISBN 3-540-59073-0.
    [A refereed selection of papers from the Second International Seminar on Urban Traffic Networks, Capri, Italy, July 1992.]
  9. CAREY, M. and E. SUBRAHMANIAN, "An approach to modeling time-varying flows on congested networks". Transportation Research B 34(3), 157-183, March 2000.
  10. CAREY, M. "Dynamic traffic assignment with more flexible modelling within links". Networks and Spatial Economics 1(4), 349-375. Sept. 2001. (Special issue on "Foundations of Dynamic Traffic Assignment").
  11. CAREY, M. and M. McCARTNEY, "Behaviour of a whole-link travel time model used in dynamic traffic assignment". Transportation Research 36B(1), 83-95, Jan. 2002.
  12. GE. Y.E. and M. Carey (2002). Link outflow rate computing under continuous dynamic loads. Pages 770-777 in Traffic and Transportation Studies, Proceedings of ICTTS2002, July 23-25, 2002, Guilin, China. Edited by K. C. P. Wang, G. Xiao, L.Nie and H. Yang, published by ASCE, Virginia.
  13. WIE, B.-J., R.L. TOBIN and M. CAREY, "The existence, uniqueness and computation of an arc-based dynamic network user equilibrium formulation," Transportation Research 36B(10). 897-918, Dec. 2002.
  14. CAREY, M, Y.E. GE and M. McCARTNEY, "A whole-link travel-time model with desirable properties". Transportation Science 37B(1), 83-96, 2003.
  15. CAREY, M. and M. McCARTNEY, "Pseudo periodicity in a travel-time model used in dynamic traffic assignment". Transportation Research 37B(9), 769-792.
  16. CAREY, M. and Y.E. GE, "Comparing whole-link travel time models used in DTA". Transportation Research37B(10), 905-926, 2003.
  17. CAREY, M. and D. WATLING, “Introduction to a Special Issue on dynamic traffic assignment”, Networks and Spatial Economics 3(3), 403-406, 2003. (Due to a printing error, appears in Issue 3(4) of the journal.)
  18. CAREY, M. and M. McCARTNEY, "An exit-flow model used in dynamic traffic assignment". Computers & Operations Research 31(10), 1583-1602, 2004. 
  19. CAREY, M. “Link travel times I: desirable properties.” Networks and Spatial Economics 4(3), 257-268, 2004.
  20. CAREY, M. “Link travel times II: properties derived from traffic-flow models.” Networks and Spatial Economics 4(4), 379-402, 2004.
  21. CAREY, M. and Y.E. GE, “Efficient discretisation of link travel time models used in DTA”. Networks and Spatial Economics 4(3), 269-290, 2004.
  22. CAREY, M. and Y.E. GE, “Convergence of whole-link travel time models used in DTA”. Transportation Science. 39(1), 25-38, Feb 2005.
  23. CAREY, M. and Y.E. GE, “Alternative conditions for a well-behaved travel-time model”. Transportation Science 39(3), 417–428, Aug 2005.

    Papers Currently Submitted to Refereed Journals

  24. CAREY, M. and Y.E. GE, “Retaining desirable properties in discretising a whole-link travel-time model.” Transportation Research

    Various other papers in are in progress for submission to journals or conferences.