Russell G. Thompson mainly investigates Transport engineering, Data envelopment analysis, Operations research, Business economics and Traffic congestion. His study in the fields of Traffic management, City logistics and Intelligent transportation system under the domain of Transport engineering overlaps with other disciplines such as Alternative fuel vehicle. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Profit, Coal mining, Econometrics and Multiplier.
His studies in Operations research integrate themes in fields like Allocative efficiency, Risk analysis, Theory of computation, Scale and Returns to scale. Russell G. Thompson has included themes like Tabu search and Management science in his Business economics study. His Traffic congestion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Information system and Traffic flow.
Transport engineering, Operations research, Truck, City logistics and Environmental economics are his primary areas of study. His work on Transport engineering deals in particular with Traffic management, Public transport, Parking guidance and information, Intelligent transportation system and Transportation planning. His Data envelopment analysis research extends to Operations research, which is thematically connected.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Profit and Multiplier. His study in Vehicle routing problem extends to Truck with its themes. His City logistics study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Environmental planning.
His primary scientific interests are in Transport engineering, Operations research, Public transport, Metropolitan area and Truck. In his study, Information system is inextricably linked to Index, which falls within the broad field of Transport engineering. His study in Operations research is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Routing, Vehicle routing problem and Duration.
Throughout his Metropolitan area studies, Russell G. Thompson incorporates elements of other sciences such as TRIPS architecture, Travel time, Environmental planning and Business economics. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Truck and Toll. Travel behavior connects with themes related to Built environment in his study.
His main research concerns Transport engineering, Metropolitan area, Public transport, Environmental studies and City logistics. His work carried out in the field of Transport engineering brings together such families of science as Truck and Urban sprawl. His Metropolitan area investigation overlaps with TRIPS architecture, Environmental planning and Business economics.
His work deals with themes such as Information system and Externality, which intersect with TRIPS architecture. His City logistics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Wireless sensor network and Range. His studies in Traffic management integrate themes in fields like Multiple-criteria decision analysis, Uncertain data, TOPSIS and Ecological footprint.
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The role of multiplier bounds in efficiency analysis with application to Kansas farming
Russell G. Thompson;Larry N. Langemeier;Chih-Tah Lee;Euntaik Lee.
Journal of Econometrics (1990)
Comparative Site Evaluations for Locating a High-Energy Physics Lab in Texas
Russell G. Thompson;F. D. Singleton;Robert M. Thrall;Barton A. Smith.
CITY LOGISTICS. NETWORK MODELLING AND INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS
Eiichi Taniguchi;Russell G Thompson;Tadashi Yamada;Ron van Duin.
Modeling City Logistics
Eiichi Taniguchi;Russell G. Thompson.
Control of silicon network structure in plasma deposition
C.C. Tsai;G.B. Anderson;R. Thompson;B. Wacker.
Journal of Non-crystalline Solids (1989)
Chapter 1 Introduction: Extensions and new developments in DEA
William W. Cooper;Russell George Thompson;Robert M. Thrall.
A Parking Search Model
Russell G Thompson;Anthony J Richardson.
Transportation Research Part A-policy and Practice (1998)
Recent Trends and Innovations in Modelling City Logistics
Eiichi Taniguchi;Russell G. Thompson;Tadashi Yamada.
A REVIEW OF URBAN CAR PARKING MODELS
William Young;Russell G. Thompson;Michael A.P. Taylor.
Transport Reviews (1991)
Impacts of logistics sprawl on the urban environment and logistics: Taxonomy and review of literature
Khalid Aljohani;Russell G. Thompson.
Journal of Transport Geography (2016)
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