Morton E. O'Kelly

Affiliations: 
Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
Area:
Geography
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Tony H. Grubesic grad student 2001 Ohio State
Mark W. Horner grad student 2002 Ohio State
Changjoo Kim grad student 2004 Ohio State
Wook Lee grad student 2005 Ohio State
Timothy C. Matisziw grad student 2005 Ohio State
Meng Guo grad student 2012 Ohio State
Xiang Chen grad student 2014 Ohio State
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Park Y, O'Kelly ME. (2014) Fuel burn rates of commercial passenger aircraft: Variations by seat configuration and stage distance Journal of Transport Geography. 41: 137-147
Kim H, O'Kelly ME. (2009) Reliable p-hub location problems in telecommunication networks Geographical Analysis. 41: 283-306
Ding G, O'Kelly ME. (2008) Choice-based estimation of Alonso's theory of movement: Methods and experiments Environment and Planning A. 40: 1076-1089
O'Kelly ME, Niedzielski MA. (2008) Efficient spatial interaction: attainable reductions in metropolitan average trip length Journal of Transport Geography. 16: 313-323
Horner MW, O'Kelly ME. (2007) Is non-work travel excessive? Journal of Transport Geography. 15: 411-416
O'Kelly ME, Kim H, Kim C. (2006) Internet reliability with realistic peering Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design. 33: 325-343
Horner MW, O'Kelly ME. (2005) A combined cluster and interaction model: The hierarchical assignment problem Geographical Analysis. 37: 315-335
O'Kelly ME, Lee W. (2005) Disaggregate journey-to-work data: Implications for excess commuting and jobs-housing balance Environment and Planning A. 37: 2233-2252
Grubesic TH, O'Kelly ME, Murray AT. (2003) A geographic perspective on commercial internet survivability Telematics and Informatics. 20: 51-69
O'Kelly ME, Horner MW. (2003) Aggregate accessibility to population at the county level: U.S. 1940-2000 Journal of Geographical Systems. 5: 5-23
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