Antonio Páez focuses on Travel behavior, Econometrics, Statistics, Human factors and ergonomics and Discrete choice. His study with Travel behavior involves better knowledge in Transport engineering. Antonio Páez has researched Econometrics in several fields, including Goodness of fit, Cross-validation and Regression.
His Smoothing and Spatial analysis study, which is part of a larger body of work in Statistics, is frequently linked to Local regression, bridging the gap between disciplines. Antonio Páez combines subjects such as Injury prevention and Suicide prevention with his study of Human factors and ergonomics. His work carried out in the field of Discrete choice brings together such families of science as Scholarship, Trip generation and Economic model.
His primary areas of study are Travel behavior, Transport engineering, Econometrics, Public transport and Economic growth. His study focuses on the intersection of Travel behavior and fields such as Trip generation with connections in the field of Ordered probit. His Transport engineering research integrates issues from Economies of agglomeration, Regional science and Geographic information system.
His studies examine the connections between Econometrics and genetics, as well as such issues in Spatial analysis, with regards to Regression analysis. While the research belongs to areas of Public transport, he spends his time largely on the problem of Sample, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Mode. His Economic growth study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Population ageing, Demographic economics and Transport policy.
His primary scientific interests are in Context, Sample, Catchment area, Global South and Mode. His Sample study incorporates themes from Poverty, Cognitive dissonance, Public transport and Happiness. His Public transport research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Promotion, Transport corridor, Road pricing and Geodemographic segmentation.
His Catchment area research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Inequality, Health care, Environmental planning, Float and Variable. Along with Global South, other disciplines of study including Duration, Motorized vehicle, Attractiveness and Transport engineering are integrated into his research. His Mode research incorporates themes from Developing country, Contrast and Demographic economics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Incidence, Measure, Public economics, Equity and Social exclusion. His Incidence research spans across into fields like Set, Statistics, Interpretability, Baseline and Population density. As part of his studies on Measure, Antonio Páez often connects relevant subjects like Data science.
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Measuring accessibility: positive and normative implementations of various accessibility indicators
Antonio Páez;Darren M. Scott;Catherine Morency.
Journal of Transport Geography (2012)
Spatial statistics for urban analysis: A review of techniques with examples
Antonio Páez;Darren M. Scott.
Sustainable Urban transportation: Performance indicators and some analytical approaches
J. A. Black;A. Paez;P. A. Suthanaya.
Journal of Urban Planning and Development-asce (2002)
Travel behavior within Canada’s older population: a cohort analysis
K. Bruce Newbold;Darren M. Scott;Jamie E.L. Spinney;Pavlos Kanaroglou.
Journal of Transport Geography (2005)
Enjoyment of commute: A comparison of different transportation modes
Antonio Páez;Kate Whalen.
Transportation Research Part A-policy and Practice (2010)
Relative Accessibility Deprivation Indicators for Urban Settings: Definitions and Application to Food Deserts in Montreal
Antonio Páez;Ruben Gertes Mercado;Steven Farber;Catherine Morency.
Urban Studies (2010)
A General Framework for Estimation and Inference of Geographically Weighted Regression Models: 1. Location-Specific Kernel Bandwidths and a Test for Locational Heterogeneity
Antonio Páez;Takashi Uchida;Kazuaki Miyamoto.
Environment and Planning A (2002)
Distance traveled in three Canadian cities: Spatial analysis from the perspective of vulnerable population segments
Catherine Morency;Antonio Paez;Matthew J. Roorda;Ruben Mercado.
Social Influence on Travel Behavior: A Simulation Example of the Decision to Telecommute
Antonio Páez;Darren M Scott.
Environment and Planning A (2007)
Mode choice of university students commuting to school and the role of active travel
Kate E. Whalen;Antonio Páez;Juan A. Carrasco.
Journal of Transport Geography (2013)
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