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Domokos Esztergár-Kiss
Domokos Esztergár-Kiss
BME Department of Transportation Technology (Közlekedésüzemi Tanszék)
E-mail megerősítve itt: mail.bme.hu
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The influence of the Covid-19 pandemic on mobility patterns: The first Wave’s results
AE Dingil, D Esztergár-Kiss
Transportation Letters 13 (5-6), 434-446, 2021
1062021
Development of a test track for driverless cars: vehicle design, track configuration, and liability considerations
Z Szalay, T Tettamanti, D Esztergár-Kiss, I Varga, C Bartolini
Periodica Polytechnica Transportation Engineering 46 (1), 29-35, 2018
1032018
Creation of mobility packages based on the MaaS concept
D Esztergár-Kiss, T Kerényi
Travel Behaviour and Society 21, 307-317, 2020
862020
Definition of user groups applying Ward's method
D Eszergár-Kiss, B Caesar
Transportation Research Procedia 22, 25-34, 2017
852017
Evaluation of multimodal journey planners and definition of service levels
D Esztergár-Kiss, C Csiszár
International journal of intelligent transportation systems research 13, 154-165, 2015
752015
Simulation of the daily activity plans of travelers using the park-and-ride system and autonomous vehicles: work and shopping trip purposes
J Ortega, J Hamadneh, D Esztergár-Kiss, J Tóth
Applied Sciences 10 (8), 2912, 2020
562020
Exploring the MaaS market with systematic analysis
D Esztergár-Kiss, T Kerényi, T Mátrai, A Aba
European Transport Research Review 12 (1), 1-16, 2020
512020
Modeling cross-national differences in automated vehicle acceptance
S Etzioni, J Hamadneh, AB Elvarsson, D Esztergár-Kiss, M Djukanovic, ...
Sustainability 12 (22), 9765, 2020
492020
Who is willing to share their AV? Insights about gender differences among seven countries
A Polydoropoulou, I Tsouros, N Thomopoulos, C Pronello, A Elvarsson, ...
Sustainability 13 (9), 4769, 2021
412021
Linking mode choice with travel behavior by using logit model based on utility function
WQ Al-Salih, D Esztergár-Kiss
Sustainability 13 (8), 4332, 2021
362021
Impacts of shared autonomous vehicles on the travelers’ mobility
J Hamadneh, D Esztergár-Kiss
2019 6th International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent …, 2019
352019
A Systematic Review of Analytic Hierarchy Process Applications to Solve Transportation Problems: From 2003 to 2019
S Moslem, MK Saraji, A Mardani, A Alkharabsheh, S Duleba, ...
IEEE Access, 2023
302023
Exploring user requirements and service features of e-micromobility in five European cities
D Esztergár-Kiss, JCL Lizarraga
Case Studies on Transport Policy 9 (4), 1531-1541, 2021
282021
A method for the optimization of daily activity chains including electric vehicles
D Rizopoulos, D Esztergár-Kiss
Energies 13 (4), 906, 2020
272020
The influence of introducing autonomous vehicles on conventional transport modes and travel time
J Hamadneh, D Esztergár-Kiss
Energies 14 (14), 4163, 2021
252021
Potential travel time reduction with autonomous vehicles for different types of travellers
J Hamadneh, D Esztergár-Kiss
Promet-Traffic&Transportation 33 (1), 61-76, 2021
212021
Estimating commuting modal split by using the Best-Worst Method
S Duleba, S Moslem, D Esztergár-Kiss
European transport research review 13, 1-12, 2021
202021
Promoting sustainable mode choice for commuting supported by persuasive strategies
D Esztergár-Kiss, Y Shulha, A Aba, T Tettamanti
Sustainable Cities and Society 74, 103264, 2021
192021
Multicriteria analysis of Hungarian journey planners
D Esztergár-Kiss, C Csiszár
Periodica Polytechnica Transportation Engineering 44 (2), 97-104, 2016
172016
A hybrid approach based on dual hesitant q-rung orthopair fuzzy Frank power partitioned Heronian mean aggregation operators for estimating sustainable urban transport solutions
A Sarkar, S Moslem, D Esztergár-Kiss, M Akram, LS Jin, T Senapati
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 124, 106505, 2023
162023
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