Nalini Ravishanker

Affiliations: 
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
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Statistics
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Ivan JN, McKernan K, Zhang Y, et al. (2016) A study of pedestrian compliance with traffic signals for exclusive and concurrent phasing. Accident; Analysis and Prevention. 98: 157-166
Serhiyenko V, Mamun SA, Ivan JN, et al. (2016) Fast Bayesian inference for modeling multivariate crash counts Analytic Methods in Accident Research. 9: 44-53
Zhang Y, Mamun SA, Ivan JN, et al. (2015) Safety effects of exclusive and concurrent signal phasing for pedestrian crossing. Accident; Analysis and Prevention. 83: 26-36
Zhou H, Lownes NE, Ivan JN, et al. (2015) Left-Turn Gap Acceptance Behavior of Elderly Drivers at Unsignalized Intersections Journal of Transportation Safety and Security. 7: 324-344
Pai J, Ravishanker N. (2015) Fast approximate likelihood evaluation for stable VARFIMA processes Statistics and Probability Letters. 103: 160-168
Serhiyenko V, Ravishanker N, Venkatesan R. (2015) Approximate Bayesian estimation for multivariate count time series models Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics. 149: 155-167
Serhiyenko V, Ivan JN, Ravishanker N, et al. (2014) Dynamic compositional modeling of pedestrian crash counts on urban roads in Connecticut. Accident; Analysis and Prevention. 64: 78-85
Ravishanker N, Serhiyenko V, Willig MR. (2014) Hierarchical dynamic models for multivariate times series of counts Statistics and Its Interface. 7: 559-570
Zhou H, Ivan JN, Gårder PE, et al. (2014) Gap acceptance for left turns from the major road at unsignalized intersections Transport
Islam MS, Serhiyenko V, Ivan JN, et al. (2014) Explaining Pedestrian Safety Experience at Urban and Suburban Street Crossings Considering Observed Conflicts and Pedestrian Counts Journal of Transportation Safety and Security. 6: 335-355
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