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1 CHAPLEAU, Robert, GAUDETTE, Philippe, SPURR, Tim (2019). Application of machine learning to two large-sample household travel surveys: a characterization of travel modes, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., Volume 2673, no. 4, pages 173-183.
2 CHAPLEAU, Robert, GAUDETTE, Philippe, LEROUX, Antoine, SPURR, Tim (2018). Comportement comparé des usagers du transport urbain collectif tel que révélé par les enquêtes ménage transport et les cartes à puces: cas de Montréal 2013, 1eres Rencontres Francophones Transport-Mobilité, Lyon, France.
3 CHAPLEAU, Robert, GAUDETTE, Philippe, SPURR, Tim (2018). Modélisation du choix discret de mode par technique d'apprentissage supervisé appliquée aux enquêtes ménage transport de Montréal, 1eres Rencontres Francophones Transport-Mobilité, Lyon, France.
4 SPURR, Tim, LEROUX, Antoine, CHAPLEAU, Robert (2018). Comparative structural evaluation of transit travel demand using travel survey and smart card data for metropolitan transit financing, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., Volume 2672, no. 8, pages 807-816.
5 CHAPLEAU, Robert, GAUDETTE, Philippe, SPURR, Tim (2018). Strict and Deep Comparison of Revealed Transit Trip Structure between CATI Household Travel Survey and Smart Cards, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., Volume 2672, no. 42 , pages 13-22.
6 GAUDETTE, Philippe, CHAPLEAU, Robert, SPURR, Tim (2016). Bus Network Microsimulation with GTFS and Tap-in-Only Smart Card Data, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., Volume 2544, pages 71-80.
7 SPURR, Tim, CHAPLEAU, Robert, PICHÉ, Daniel (2014). Use of Subway Smart Card Transactions for the Discovery and Partial Correction of Travel Survey Bias, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., Volume 2405, pages 57-67.
8 SPURR, Tim, CHAPLEAU, Robert, PICHÉ, Daniel (2014). A smart card transaction "travel diary" to assess the accuracy of the Montréal household travel survey, 10th International Conference on Transport Survey Methods, Leura, Ausralia.
9 SPURR, Tim, CHAPLEAU, Robert, PICHÉ, Daniel (2013). Animation tools for the microsimulation of a public transport network, World Conference on Transport Research, Rio, Brasil., World Conference on Transport Research, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
10 SPURR, Tim, CHAPLEAU, Robert (2013). Direct schedule-based assignment of smart-card trips to a GTFS transit network, World Conference on Transport Research, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil..
11 CHAPLEAU, Robert, SPURR, Tim (2013). Microscopie d’un métro: micro-simulation en totalement désagrégé dérivée des transactions de cartes à puces, 12ème séminaire francophone est-ouest de socio-économie des transports, dans le cadre de la Conférence mondiale sur la recherche dans les transports (WCTR), Rio de Janeiro, Brésil.
12 CHAPLEAU, Robert, SPURR, Tim (2012). LeMétro au microscope cartapucien dynamique, Mercredis de l’AMT, édition du 7 novembre 2012, Montréal.
13 SPURR, Tim, CHAPLEAU, Robert, CHU, Ka Kee, DOUCET-KOUSSAYA, William (2012). Smart cards, GIS, GTFS and TRANSIMS : A plot for the dynamic microsimulation of the Montreal subway, Thirteenth International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Toronto, Canada.
14 SPURR, Tim, CHAPLEAU, Robert (2011). Information-Based Traffic Assignment for Analysis of Geopolitical Equity, 90th Annual Meeting of the transportation research board, Washington, D.C., paper#11-1620.
15 SPURR, Tim (2010). The Assignment of Trips to a Road Network for the Analysis of Equitable Transport., Thèse de doctorat, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Montréal, pages 282.
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