Michael Kuby
Michael Kuby
Arizona State University, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
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The flow-refueling location problem for alternative-fuel vehicles
M Kuby, S Lim
Socio-Economic Planning Sciences 39 (2), 125-145, 2005
5982005
Factors influencing light-rail station boardings in the United States
M Kuby, A Barranda, C Upchurch
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 38 (3), 223-247, 2004
4452004
A model for location of capacitated alternative‐fuel stations
C Upchurch, M Kuby, S Lim
Geographical Analysis 41 (1), 85-106, 2009
2832009
The hub network design problem with stopovers and feeders: The case of Federal Express
MJ Kuby, RG Gray
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 27 (1), 1-12, 1993
2791993
The deviation-flow refueling location model for optimizing a network of refueling stations
JG Kim, M Kuby
international journal of hydrogen energy 37 (6), 5406-5420, 2012
2542012
Programming Models for Facility Dispersion: The p‐Dispersion and Maxisum Dispersion Problems
MJ Kuby
Geographical Analysis 19 (4), 315-329, 1987
2531987
Optimization of hydrogen stations in Florida using the flow-refueling location model
M Kuby, L Lines, R Schultz, Z Xie, JG Kim, S Lim
International journal of hydrogen energy 34 (15), 6045-6064, 2009
2502009
Location of alternative-fuel stations using the flow-refueling location model and dispersion of candidate sites on arcs
M Kuby, S Lim
Networks and Spatial Economics 7 (2), 129-152, 2007
2442007
Heuristic algorithms for siting alternative-fuel stations using the flow-refueling location model
S Lim, M Kuby
European Journal of Operational Research 204 (1), 51-61, 2010
2382010
An arc cover–path-cover formulation and strategic analysis of alternative-fuel station locations
I Capar, M Kuby, VJ Leon, YJ Tsai
European Journal of Operational Research 227 (1), 142-151, 2013
1812013
Technological change and the concentration of the US general cargo port system: 1970–88
M Kuby, N Reid
Economic Geography 68 (3), 272-289, 1992
1621992
An efficient formulation of the flow refueling location model for alternative-fuel stations
I Capar, M Kuby
Iie Transactions 44 (8), 622-636, 2012
1422012
Comparing the p-median and flow-refueling models for locating alternative-fuel stations
C Upchurch, M Kuby
Journal of Transport Geography 18 (6), 750-758, 2010
1372010
The geography of advance transit-oriented development in metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, 2000–2007
C Atkinson-Palombo, MJ Kuby
Journal of Transport Geography 19 (2), 189-199, 2011
1312011
A multiobjective optimization model for dam removal: an example trading off salmon passage with hydropower and water storage in the Willamette basin
MJ Kuby, WF Fagan, CS ReVelle, WL Graf
Advances in Water Resources 28 (8), 845-855, 2005
1252005
Combined impacts of highways and light rail transit on residential property values: a spatial hedonic price model for Phoenix, Arizona
K Seo, A Golub, M Kuby
Journal of Transport Geography 41, 53-62, 2014
1212014
Using GIS to generate mutually exclusive service areas linking travel on and off a network
C Upchurch, M Kuby, M Zoldak, A Barranda
Journal of Transport Geography 12 (1), 23-33, 2004
1102004
A range-restricted recharging station coverage model for drone delivery service planning
I Hong, M Kuby, AT Murray
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 90, 198-212, 2018
1022018
A network transformation heuristic approach for the deviation flow refueling location model
JG Kim, M Kuby
Computers & Operations Research 40 (4), 1122-1131, 2013
992013
A minimax method for finding the k best “differentiated” paths
M Kuby, X Zhongyi, X Xiaodong
Geographical Analysis 29 (4), 298-313, 1997
831997
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