Discrete choice models are widely used in transportation planning, behavior analysis, and econometrics. I try to gather all my notes about discrete choice modeling for future uses in this series of posts. Like many other notes published in this blog, the main objective is to provide a quick go-to note. If you want to suggest… Read More »Discrete Choice Modeling (Part 1): Introduction
COVID-19 has been designated as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). The changes that this disease brought to our day to day life were so radical and bold that it made us think about our world’s future. As of today, many cities across the globe experience quarantine and mobility restrictions. These changes drive… Read More »The Impacts of the COVID-19 Virus Outbreak on Travel Behavior
Tourism plays an important role in the growth of urban economics. Attractions like historical buildings that gasp the essence of the life, streets with the hallmarks of the past, and monuments that act as mementos can be lucrative for local businesses and fruitful for the culture of the city. The path to an efficient plan… Read More »Sightseeing Tour Planning
Utilization of Street View Images for the Inspection of the Pavement Distresses, the Right of the Way, and the Safety Prone
Mask-RCNN to detect pavement distresses, traffic signs, and damages on images acquired from the Street View.
If we don’t know each other, feel free to visit my profile on LinkedIn. It’s always nice to know new people. I provide a super brief introduction of myself on the “about me” page of this website you can check that too. ☺️
I’ve started to upload some of the projects I was involved in on this website. Some of them contain codes that I might have shared with others. These codes can be found on my GitHub.
Recently I started to publish some notes about topics that I think are either interesting or important. You can find these notes and post them in the “Note” section of this website. I hope they would be useful for you.
Mohammad Movahedi 2020