Morton O'Kelly


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[106 H]2017. Yongha Park and M.E. O'Kelly, Origin-Destination Synthesis for Aviation Network Data: Examination of hub operations in the US domestic and international markets. Forthcoming, Journal of Advanced Transportation.
[105 H]2017. Yongha Park and M.E. O'Kelly, Examination of cost-efficient aircraft fleets using empirical operation data in US aviation markets. Forthcoming, Journal of Air Transport Management.
[104 S]2016. Yongha Park and M.E. O’Kelly, Exploring accessibility from spatial interaction data: An evaluation of the Essential Air Service (EAS) program in the contiguous US air transport system. Forthcoming, Environment and Planning A.
[103 H]2016. M.E. O’Kelly, Global Airline Networks: Comparative Nodal Access Measures. Spatial Economic Analysis, 11(3), 253-275.
[102 S]2015. Steven Farber, M.E. O’Kelly, H.J. Miller, Tijs Neutens, Measuring segregation using patterns of daily travel behavior: a social interaction based model of exposure. Journal of Transport Geography, 49, 26-38.
[101 H]2015. J.F. Campbell, G. Miranda, Jr., R.S. Camargo, R.S., M.E. O’Kelly, “Hub Location and Network Design with Fixed and Variable Costs,” Proceedings of the 48th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Computer Society Press, 1059-1067.
[100 S]2015. M.A Niedzielski, M.E. O’Kelly, E.E. Boschmann, Synthesizing spatial interaction data for social science research: Validation and an investigation of spatial mismatch in Wichita, Kansas. Forthcoming, Computers, Environment and Urban Systems
[99 H]2014. M.E. O'Kelly, Henrique Pacca L. Luna, Ricardo S. de Camargo, Gilberto de Miranda Jr. Hub location problems with price sensitive demands Networks and Spatial Economics. DOI: 10.1007/s11067-014-9276-0
[98 H]2014. M.E. O’Kelly. Network hub structure and resilience. Special Issue on “Resilience and Vulnerability in Spatial and Economic Networks.” Networks and Spatial Economics.DOI: 10.1007/s11067-014-9267-1
[97 H]2014. Yongha Park, M.E. O’Kelly. Fuel burn rates of commercial passenger aircraft: variations by seat configuration and stage distance, Journal of Transport Geography 41:137-147.
[96 H]2014. M.E. O’Kelly, James F. Campbell, Ricardo S. de Camargo, Gilberto de Miranda Jr. Multiple Allocation Hub Location Model with Fixed Arc Costs. Geographical Analysis 47(1),73–96.
[95 H]2014. M.E. O'Kelly. Air Freight Hubs in the FedEx System: Analysis of Fuel Use. Journal of Air Transport Management, 36, 1-12.
[94 H]2014. Rafael M.A. Figueiredo, Morton E. O’Kelly and Nelio D. Pizzolato. A two-stage hub location method for air transportation in Brazil. Intl. Trans. in Op. Res., 21(2), 275–289.
[93 R]2013. M.E. O'Kelly. Spatial Interaction. International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition. Elsevier.
[92 H]2013. Rafael M. A. Figueiredo, Morton O’Kelly, Nelio D. Pizzolato Hub-and-Spoke Location Proposal for Air Transport in South America, Revista del Instituto Chileno de Investigación Operativa 1, 21-38
[91 S]2013. Daniel A. Griffith, Yongwan Chun, Morton E. O’Kelly, Brian J. L. Berry, Robert P. Haining, Mei-Po Kwan, Geographical Analysis: the first forty years, Geographical Analysis, 45, 1-27.
[90 H]2012. M.E. O'Kelly. Fuel Burn and Environmental Implications of Airline Hub Networks Transportation Research D, 17(7), 555-567.
[89 S]2012. M.E. O'Kelly. Models for Spatial Interaction Data: Computation and Interpretation of Accessibility, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 7334, 2012, 249-262.
[88 H]2012. J.F. Campbell and M.E. O’Kelly. Twenty-Five Years of Hub Location Research. Transportation Science., 46(2), 153-169.
[87 S]2012. M.E. O’Kelly, Michael Niedzielski, Justin Gleeson. Spatial Interaction Models from Irish Commuting Data: Variations in Trip Length by Occupation and Gender. Journal of Geographical Systems, 14(4), 357-387.
[86 S]2012. M.E. O'Kelly The Role of Geographic Expertise in International Border Disputes: A Study of the Middle of Lake Erie through Historical and Cartographic Perspectives. Annals, Association of American Geographers, 102(1), 67-83.
[85 R]2011. Gunhak Lee and M.E. O’Kelly Competitive location modeling with rank proportional allocation, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design. 38, 411-428.
[84 S]2011. Sunhee Sang, M.E. O’Kelly and Mei-Po Kwan. Examining Commuting Patterns: Results from a Journey-to-Work Model Disaggregated by Gender and Occupation. Urban Studies, 48(5), 891-909.
[83 S]2011. M.E. O’Kelly. Transport Geography, in A Dictionary Of Transport Analysis Edited by Kenneth Button, Henry Vega, and Peter Nijkamp, pp. 452-455, Edward Elgar Publishing.
[82 H]2011. M.E. O’Kelly. Location and Transport, in A Dictionary Of Transport Analysis Edited by Kenneth Button, Henry Vega, and Peter Nijkamp, pp. 243-246, Edward Elgar Publishing.
[81 S]2010. M.E. O’Kelly. Entropy Based Spatial Interaction Models for Trip Distribution. Geographical Analysis, 42(4), 472-487.
[80 H]2010. M.E. O'Kelly. Routing traffic at hub facilities, Networks and Spatial Economics, 10, 173-191.
[79 H]2009. M.E. O'Kelly. Rectilinear minimax hub location. Journal of Geographical Systems, 11(3), 227-241.
[78 S]2009. M.E. O'Kelly and Michael Niedzielski. Are long commute distances inefficient and disorderly? Environment and Planning A, 41(11), 2741-2759.
[77 R]2009. Gunhak Lee and M.E. O'Kelly. Exploring locational equilibria in a competitive broadband access market: theoretical modeling approach. Journal of Regional Science., 49(5), 953-975.
[76 R]2009. M.E. O'Kelly. Methods: Spatial Interaction Models. In Kitchin R, Thrift N (eds) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Volume 10, pp. 365-368. Oxford: Elsevier.
[75 H]2009. M.E. O'Kelly. Methods: Hub Network Location. In Kitchin R, Thrift N (eds) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Volume 5, pp. 213-217. Oxford: Elsevier.
[74 H]2009. Hyun Kim and M.E. O'Kelly. Reliable p-hub location problems in telecommunication networks. Geographical Analysis, 41(3), 283-306.
[73 S]2008. Youngho Kim and M.E. O'Kelly. A bootstrap based space-time surveillance model with an application to crime occurrences, Journal of Geographical Systems 10(2),1-25.
[72 R]2008. M.E. O'Kelly. Applied retail location models using spatial interaction tools, in A.S. Fotheringham and P.A. Rogerson (editors) The SAGE Handbook of Spatial Analysis, (SAGE Publications, London), 419-442
[71 R]2008. Guoxiang Ding and M.E. O'Kelly. Choice-Based Estimation of Alonso's Theory of Movement: Methods and Experiments. Environment and Planning A, vol 40(5), 1076-1089.
[70 S]2008. A.T. Murray, M.E. O'Kelly R.L. Church, Regional Service Coverage Modeling. Computers and Operations Research, 35 (2), pp. 339-355.
[69 S]2008. M.E. O'Kelly and Michael Niedzielski. Efficient spatial interaction: attainable reductions in metropolitan average trip length. Journal of Transport Geography, 16 (5), 313-323.
[68 S]2007. M.W. Horner and M.E. O'Kelly. Is Non-work Travel Excessive? Journal of Transport Geography 15 (6), 411-416.
[67 S]2007. M.E. O'Kelly. The impact of accessibility change on the geography of crop production: A re-examination of the Illinois and Michigan canal using GIS. Annals, Association of American Geographers, 97(1), 49-63.
[66 H]2007. M.E. O'Kelly and Hyun Kim, Survivability of Commercial Backbones with Peering: A Case Study of Korean Networks in Murray, A.T. and T.H. Grubesic (editors). Critical Infrastructure: Reliability and Vulnerability. (Berlin: Springer-Verlag), pp. 107-128 [Chapter]
[65 S]2006. Goel,P.K., McCord, M.R., Ruan, S., O'Kelly, M. "Bayesian estimation of statewide OD flows using link volumes estimated from combined information in remotely sensed data and ground counts," Applications of Advanced Technology in Transportation - Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Applications of Advanced Technology in Transportation, pp. 418-423.
[64 H]2006. M.E. O'Kelly, Hyun Kim and Changoo Kim, Internet reliability with realistic peering. Environment and Planning B. 33:325-343.
[63 S]2005. M.E. O'Kelly, Wook Lee. Disaggregate journey-to-work data: Implications for excess commuting and jobs-housing balance. Environment and Planning A , volume 37(12): 2233-2252.
[62 H]2005. M.W. Horner, M.E. O'Kelly. A Combined Cluster and Interaction Model: The Hierarchical Assignment Problem. Geographical Analysis. July 2005.
[61 S]2005. M.E. O'Kelly, Timothy Matisziw, Ron Li, Carolyn Merry, Xutong Niu. Identifying Truck Correspondence in Multi-Frame Imagery. Transportation Research C, 13, 1-17.
[60 S]2004. M.E. O'Kelly and A.T. Murray. A lattice covering model for evaluating existing service facilities. Papers in Regional Science, 83, 565-580.
[59 S]2004. M.E. O'Kelly. Isard's contributions to Spatial Interaction Modeling. Journal of Geographical Systems. 6(1), 43-54.
[58 S]2003. M.E. O'Kelly and M.W. Horner. Aggregate Accessibility to Population at the County Level: U.S. 1940-2000. Journal of Geographical Systems, 5(1), 5-23.
[57 S]2003. Mei-Po Kwan, Alan T. Murray, M.E. O'Kelly, Michael Tiefelsdorf. Recent advances in accessibility research: representation, methodology and applications Journal of Geographical Systems, 5(1), 129-138.
[56 H]2003. T. H. Grubesic, M.E. O'Kelly and A.T. Murray. A geographic perspective on commercial Internet survivability, Telematics and Informatics, 20 51-69.
[55 S]2002. A.T. Murray and M.E. O'Kelly. Assessing representation error in point-based coverage modeling. Journal of Geographical Systems, 4, 171-191.
[54 H]2002. M.E. O'Kelly and T.H Grubesic. Backbone topology, access, and the commercial internet. Environment and Planning B, 29, 533-552.
[53 H]2002. T.H Grubesic and M.E. O'Kelly. Using points of presence to measure city accessibility to the commercial internet. Professional Geographer, 54(2), 257-278.
[52 H]2002. M.E. O'Kelly and D. Bryan, Interfacility interaction in models of hubs and spoke networks. Journal of Regional Science, 42(1), 145-165.
[51 S]2002. M.E. O'Kelly and B.A. Mikelbank, "Social Change and Transportation in U.S. Edge Cities," in William R. Black and Peter Nijkamp (editors) Social Change and Sustainable Transport, Indiana University Press. Book Chapter]
[50 H]2001. Horner, M. and M.E. O'Kelly, Embedding economy of scale concepts for hub network design. Journal of Transport Geography, 9 (4), 255-265.
[49 S]2001. H. Liu, K. Jezek and M.E. O'Kelly, 2001 "Detecting outliers in irregularly distributed spatial data sets by locally adaptive and robust statistical analysis and GIS". International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 15 (8), 721-741.
[48 R]2001. M.E. O'Kelly, "Retail market share and saturation," Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 8(1), 37-45.
[47 S]2000. M.E. O'Kelly, "GIS and educational and instructional challenges," Journal of Geographical Systems, 2, 23-29.
[46 H]1999. D. Wheeler and M.E. O'Kelly, "Network topology and city accessibility of the commercial internet," The Professional Geographer, 51(3), 327-339.
[45 H]1999. D. Bryan and M.E. O'Kelly, "Hub and spoke networks in air transportation: an analytical review," Journal of Regional Science, 39(2), 275-295.
[44 R]1999. M.E. O'Kelly, "Trade area models and choice based samples: methods," Environment and Planning A, 31(4), 613-627
[43 H]1998. M.E. O'Kelly and D. Bryan, "Hub location with flow economies of scale," Transportation Research B, 32(8), 605-616.
[42 H]1998. M.E. O'Kelly, "A geographer's analysis of hub-and-spoke networks," Journal of Transport Geography, 6(3), 171-186.
[41 H]1998. M.E. O'Kelly, "On the allocation of a subset of nodes to a mini-hub in a package delivery network," Papers, Regional Science Association, 77(1),77-99.
[40 R]1997. McCord, M., D. Hidalgo, P. Goel, and M.E. O'Kelly, "Value of Traffic Assignment and Flow Prediction in Multiattribute Network Design: Framework, Issues, and Preliminary Results," Transportation Research Record, 1607, 171-177.
[39 R]1997. D.-S. Yun and M.E. O'Kelly, "Modeling the day-of-the-week shopping activity and travel patterns," Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 31(4), 307-319.
[38 H]1996. M.E. O'Kelly, D. Bryan, D. Skorin-Kapov, J. Skorin-Kapov, "Hub network design with single and multiple allocation: a computational study," Location Science, 4(3), 125-138.
[37 H]1996. D. Skorin-Kapov, J. Skorin-Kapov, M.E. O'Kelly, "Tight linear programming relaxations of uncapacitated p-hub median problems," European Journal of Operational Research, 94(3), 582-593.
[36 S]1996. M.E. O'Kelly and D. Bryan, 1996, "Agricultural location theory: von Thunen's Contribution to Economic Geography," Progress in Human Geography, 20(4), 457-475.
[35 H]1995. M.E. O'Kelly, 1995, "Inferred ideal weights for multiple facilities," in Drezner, Z. (editor) Facility Location, pages 69-88. Springer-Verlag. Book Chapter]
[34 R]1995. M.E. O'Kelly, W. Song, G. Shen, 1995, "New estimates of gravitational attraction by linear programming," Geographical Analysis, 27(4), 271-285.
[33 H]1995. M.E. O'Kelly, D. Skorin-Kapov, S. Skorin-Kapov, 1995, "Lower bounds for the hub location problem," Management Science, 41, 713-721.
[32 H]1994. M.E. O'Kelly and H. Miller, "The hub network design problem: a review and synthesis," Journal of Transport Geography, 2(1), 31-40.
[31 S]1993. M.E. O'Kelly, "Spatial Analysis and GIS." in A.S. Fotheringham and P. Rogerson (editors), Spatial Analysis and GIS (Taylor and Francis), pp. 65-79. Book Chapter]
[30 H]1992. M.E. O'Kelly, "Hub facility location with fixed costs," Papers in Regional Science, 71(3), 293-306.
[29 H]1992. M.E. O'Kelly, "A clustering approach to the planar hub location problem," Annals of Operations Research, 40, 339-353.
[28 S]1992. J.R. Current and M.E. O'Kelly. "Locating emergency warning sirens," Decision Sciences, 23(1), 221-234.
[27 H]1991. M.E. O'Kelly and H. Miller, "Solution strategies for the single facility minimax hub location problem." Papers Regional Science Association, 70(4), 367-80.
[26 H]1991. M.E. O'Kelly and Y. Lao, "Mode choice in a hub-and-spoke network: a zero-one linear programming approach," Geographical Analysis, 23(4), 283-297.
[25 R]1991. H. Miller, M.E. O'Kelly, "Properties and estimation of a production-constrained Alonso model," Environment and Planning A, 23, 127-138.
[24 R]1989. M.E. O'Kelly and H. Miller, "A synthesis of some market area delimitation models," Growth and Change, 20(3), 14-33.
[23 S]1989. M.E. O'Kelly, "Equilibrium in a two crop model with a low cost transportation route," Environment and Planning A, 21, 385-396.
[22 S]1988. M.E. O'Kelly, "Aggregate rent and surplus measurement in a von Thunen model," Geographical Analysis, 20(3), 187-197.
[21 R]1987. M.E. O'Kelly, "Spatial interaction based location-allocation models," in A. Ghosh and G. Rushton (editors) Spatial analysis and location-allocation models, (van Nostrand), pp. 302-326. Book Chapter]
[20 H]1987. M.E. O'Kelly, "A quadratic integer program for the location of interacting hub facilities," European Journal of Operational Research. 32,393-404.
[19 H]1986. P.G. Grove and M.E. O'Kelly, "Hub networks and simulated schedule delay," Papers of the Regional Science Association, 59, 103-119.
[18 H]1986. M.E. O'Kelly, "Activity levels at hub facilities in interacting networks," Geographical Analysis, 18(4), 343-356.
[17 H]1986. M.E. O'Kelly, "The location of interacting hub facilities," Transportation Science, 20, 92-106.
[16 R]1985. E.J. Miller and M.E. O'Kelly. "Estimating shopping destination choice models from travel diary data - reply," Professional Geographer, 37(2), 195-196.
[15 H]1985. M.E. O'Kelly and P.G. Grove, "Hub networks and schedule delay in the air passenger transportation system," Modeling and Simulation, 16(1), 337-341, Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Pittsburgh Conference.
[14 R]1984. M.E. O'Kelly and J.E. Storbeck. "Hierarchical location models with probabilistic allocation," Regional Studies, 18(2), 121-129.
[13 R]1984. M.E. O'Kelly and E.J. Miller. "Characteristics of multistop multipurpose travel: an empirical study of trip length," Transportation Research Record, 976, 33-39.
[12 S]1984. Y.Y. Papageorgiou and M.E. O'Kelly. "Guidelines for designing an abstract new town," Geographical Analysis, 16(2), 97-120.
[11 R]1983. M.E. O'Kelly and Y.Y. Papageorgiou. "Congestion and spillovers in a model of an optimal new town," Modeling and Simulation, 14(3), 835-839, Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Pittsburgh Conference.
[10 R]1983. M.E. O'Kelly, "Impacts of multistop multipurpose trips on retail distributions," Urban Geography, 4(2), 173-190.
[9 R]1983. M.E. O'Kelly, "Multipurpose shopping trips and the size of retail facilities," Annals, Association of American Geographers, 73(2), 231-239.
[8 R]1983. E.J. Miller and M.E. O'Kelly. "Estimating shopping destination choice models from travel diary data," Professional Geographer, 35(4), 440-449.
[7 S]1982. M.E. O'Kelly and Y.Y. Papageorgiou. "A simultaneous nonlinear system representing an optimal new town," Modeling and Simulation, 13(3), 1267-1271, Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Pittsburgh Conference.
[6 R]1981. M.E. O'Kelly, "A model of the demand for retail facilities, incorporating multistop, multipurpose trips," Geographical Analysis, 13 (2), 134-148.
[5 S]1981. M.E. O'Kelly, "Generalized information measures," Environment and Planning A, 13, 681-688.
[4 R]1981. M.J. Webber and M.E. O'Kelly. "Empirical tests and sensitivity analysis of a model of residential and facility location," Geographical Analysis, 13 (4), 398-411.
[3 R]1979. M.E. O'Kelly, "Two models of Canadian interregional migration," Canadian Journal of Regional Science, 2, 59-80.
[2 S]1979. J.A. Walsh and M.E. O'Kelly. "An information theoretic approach to measurement of spatial inequality," Economic and Social Review, 10, 267-286.
[1 R]1979. M.J. Webber and M.E. O'Kelly et al. "A realistic information-minimizing model," Modeling and Simulation, 10 (4), 1341-1346, Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Pittsburgh Conference.