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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
2982014
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
2822009
Large-scale automated analysis of vehicle interactions and collisions
N Saunier, T Sayed, K Ismail
Transportation Research Record 2147 (1), 42-50, 2010
2392010
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
2162010
Freeway safety estimation using extreme value theory approaches: A comparative study
L Zheng, K Ismail, X Meng
Accident Analysis & Prevention 62, 32-41, 2014
1902014
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
1332013
Methodologies for aggregating indicators of traffic conflict
K Ismail, T Sayed, N Saunier
Transportation research record 2237 (1), 10-19, 2011
1122011
Bivariate extreme value modeling for road safety estimation
L Zheng, K Ismail, T Sayed, T Fatema
Accident Analysis & Prevention 120, 83-91, 2018
872018
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
752012
Risk-based framework for accommodating uncertainty in highway geometric design
K Ismail, T Sayed
Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 36 (5), 743-753, 2009
662009
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
632017
Risk-based highway design: Case studies from British Columbia, Canada
K Ismail, T Sayed
Transportation Research Record 2195 (1), 3-13, 2010
632010
Application of computer vision techniques for automated road safety analysis and traffic data collection
KA Ismail
University of British Columbia, 2010
632010
New algorithm for calculating 3D available sight distance
K Ismail, T Sayed
Journal of Transportation Engineering 133 (10), 572-581, 2007
622007
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
602012
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
592014
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
592014
Automated collection of pedestrian data using computer vision techniques
K Ismail, T Sayed, N Saunier
Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers …, 2009
502009
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
422010
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
412018
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