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Scholarly Works

Roger Chen

2016 Submissions

Published Conference Proceedings

Chen, Roger. "Models of Count with Endogenous Choices." Proceedings of the International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory. Ed. Marco Nie, Karen Smilowitz and Hani Mahmassani. Evanston, IL: Elsivier, Print. ˜

Desai, Ranjit, Roger Chen, and William Armington. "A Pattern Analysis of Daily Electric Vehicle Charging Profiles: Operational Efficiency and Environmental Impacts." Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Ed. National Academies of Science. Washington, DC: n.p., Print. ˜

Xu, Zhiheng, Jee Eun Kang, and Roger Chen. "A Random Utility-Based Estimation Framework for the Household Activity Pattern Problem." Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Ed. National Academies of Science. Washington, DC: n.p., Web. ˜

Chen, Roger, Glenn Gavi, and Katie McConkey. "A Comparison of Motivational and Informational Contexts for Improving Eco-Driving Performance." Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Ed. National Academies of Science. Washington, DC: n.p., Web. ˜

2015 Submissions

Journal Paper

Sekar, Ashok, Eric Williams, and Roger B. Chen. "Heterogeneity in Time and Energy use of Watching Television." Energy Policy. (2016): 1-10. Print. * £

Published Conference Proceedings

Chen, Roger B. and William Armington. "Household Activity and Travel Patterns with Autonomous Vehicles: In-vehicle Activity Decisions." Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Ed. National Academies. Washington, DC: National Academies: Transportation Research Board, Web. * £

Chen, Roger B. and Hani S. Mahmassani. "A Queueing Framework and Analysis of Observed One-day Travel and Activity Patterns." Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Ed. National Academy of Sciences (NAS). Washington, DC: n.p., 2015. Web. ˜

2014 Submissions

Journal Paper

Chen, Roger B. and Hani S. Mahmassani. "Let it Rain: Weather Effects on Activity Stress and Scheduling Behavior." Travel Behaviour and Society 2. 1 (2014): 55-64. Print. *