Karim Ismail
Karim Ismail
Professor of Civil Engineering
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Traffic conflict techniques for road safety analysis: open questions and some insights
L Zheng, K Ismail, X Meng
Canadian journal of civil engineering 41 (7), 633-641, 2014
Automated analysis of pedestrian–vehicle conflicts using video data
K Ismail, T Sayed, N Saunier, C Lim
Transportation research record 2140 (1), 44-54, 2009
Large-scale automated analysis of vehicle interactions and collisions
N Saunier, T Sayed, K Ismail
Transportation Research Record 2147 (1), 42-50, 2010
Automated analysis of pedestrian–vehicle conflicts: Context for before-and-after studies
K Ismail, T Sayed, N Saunier
Transportation research record 2198 (1), 52-64, 2010
Freeway safety estimation using extreme value theory approaches: A comparative study
L Zheng, K Ismail, X Meng
Accident Analysis & Prevention 62, 32-41, 2014
A methodology for precise camera calibration for data collection applications in urban traffic scenes
K Ismail, T Sayed, N Saunier
Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 40 (1), 57-67, 2013
Methodologies for aggregating indicators of traffic conflict
K Ismail, T Sayed, N Saunier
Transportation research record 2237 (1), 10-19, 2011
Bivariate extreme value modeling for road safety estimation
L Zheng, K Ismail, T Sayed, T Fatema
Accident Analysis & Prevention 120, 83-91, 2018
Feasibility of computer vision-based safety evaluations: Case study of a signalized right-turn safety treatment
T Sayed, K Ismail, MH Zaki, J Autey
Transportation research record 2280 (1), 18-27, 2012
Risk-based framework for accommodating uncertainty in highway geometric design
K Ismail, T Sayed
Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 36 (5), 743-753, 2009
Bicycle-vehicle interactions at mid-sections of mixed traffic streets: Examining passing distance and bicycle comfort perception
P Apasnore, K Ismail, A Kassim
Accident Analysis & Prevention 106, 141-148, 2017
Risk-based highway design: Case studies from British Columbia, Canada
K Ismail, T Sayed
Transportation Research Record 2195 (1), 3-13, 2010
Application of computer vision techniques for automated road safety analysis and traffic data collection
KA Ismail
University of British Columbia, 2010
New algorithm for calculating 3D available sight distance
K Ismail, T Sayed
Journal of Transportation Engineering 133 (10), 572-581, 2007
Methodology for safety optimization of highway cross-sections for horizontal curves with restricted sight distance
SE Ibrahim, T Sayed, K Ismail
Accident Analysis & Prevention 49, 476-485, 2012
Calibrating road design guides using risk-based reliability analysis
M Hussein, T Sayed, K Ismail, A Van Espen
Journal of Transportation Engineering 140 (9), 04014041, 2014
Shifted Gamma-Generalized Pareto Distribution model to map the safety continuum and estimate crashes
L Zheng, K Ismail, X Meng
Safety Science 64, 155-162, 2014
Automated collection of pedestrian data using computer vision techniques
K Ismail, T Sayed, N Saunier
Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers …, 2009
Camera calibration for urban traffic scenes: Practical issues and a robust approach
K Ismail, T Sayed, N Saunier
89th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 2010
Evaluating the safety and operational impacts of left-turn bay extension at signalized intersections using automated video analysis
A Tageldin, T Sayed, K Ismail
Accident Analysis & Prevention 120, 13-27, 2018
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