Hai-Jun Huang mainly focuses on Traffic flow, Transport engineering, Traffic congestion, Control theory and Pedestrian. His Traffic flow research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Applied mathematics and Operations research. His studies in Transport engineering integrate themes in fields like Mathematical model and Marginal cost.
His work carried out in the field of Traffic congestion brings together such families of science as Bottleneck, Microeconomics, Trip distribution and Road networks. He combines subjects such as Simulation, Computer simulation and Sample with his study of Pedestrian. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Equivalence, Dynamical system, Mathematical optimization, Uniqueness and Traffic generation model.
Hai-Jun Huang mainly investigates Mathematical optimization, Transport engineering, Operations research, Simulation and Traffic flow. His studies examine the connections between Mathematical optimization and genetics, as well as such issues in Traffic congestion, with regards to Microeconomics. His work on Travel behavior, Public transport, Travel time and Mode choice is typically connected to Morning as part of general Transport engineering study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His study ties his expertise on Logit together with the subject of Operations research. His Simulation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pedestrian and Cellular automaton. His Traffic flow research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Flow, Stability and Control theory.
Hai-Jun Huang mostly deals with Mathematical optimization, Operations research, Traffic congestion, Bottleneck and Transport engineering. His Mathematical optimization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Scheduling and Travel time. His studies deal with areas such as Function, Scheduling and Operational planning as well as Operations research.
His Traffic congestion research also works with subjects such as
Hai-Jun Huang focuses on Mathematical optimization, Operations research, Bottleneck, Traffic congestion and Group behavior. His Mathematical optimization study combines topics in areas such as Mathematical economics and Swap. Hai-Jun Huang interconnects Function, Car following and Dynamic pricing in the investigation of issues within Operations research.
His studies deal with areas such as Queue, Variable ratio, Profit and Road pricing as well as Bottleneck. The various areas that Hai-Jun Huang examines in his Traffic congestion study include Revenue management, Revenue and Reservation. His study looks at the intersection of Flow network and topics like Node with Traffic flow.
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Mathematical and Economic Theory of Road Pricing
Hailiang Yang;Hai-Jun Huang.
The multi-class, multi-criteria traffic network equilibrium and systems optimum problem
Hai Yang;Hai-Jun Huang.
Modeling and solving the dynamic user equilibrium route and departure time choice problem in network with queues
Hai-Jun Huang;William H.K. Lam.
Transportation Research Part B-methodological (2002)
Principle of marginal-cost pricing : How does it work in a general road network ?
Hai Yang;Hai-Jun Huang.
Static floor field and exit choice for pedestrian evacuation in rooms with internal obstacles and multiple exits.
Hai-Jun Huang;Ren-Yong Guo.
Physical Review E (2008)
Route choice in pedestrian evacuation under conditions of good and zero visibility: Experimental and simulation results
Ren-Yong Guo;Hai-Jun Huang;S.C. Wong.
Transportation Research Part B-methodological (2012)
Modeling time-dependent travel choice problems in road networks with multiple user classes and multiple parking facilities
William H.K. Lam;Zhi-Chun Li;Hai-Jun Huang;S.C. Wong.
Transportation Research Part B-methodological (2006)
A combined trip distribution and assignment model for multiple user classes
William H.K. Lam;Hai-Jun Huang.
Transportation Research Part B-methodological (1992)
An Optimal Charging Station Location Model With the Consideration of Electric Vehicle's Driving Range
Jia He;Hai Yang;Tie-Qiao Tang;Hai-Jun Huang.
A mobile lattice gas model for simulating pedestrian evacuation
R.Y. Guo;H.J. Huang.
Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications (2008)
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