Xiaohu Zhang
Xiaohu Zhang
The University of Hong Kong
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Understanding the usage of dockless bike sharing in Singapore
Y Shen, X Zhang, J Zhao
International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 12 (9), 686-700, 2018
Exploring associations between urban green, street design and walking: Results from the Greater London boroughs
C Sarkar, C Webster, M Pryor, D Tang, S Melbourne, X Zhang, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 143, 112-125, 2015
Understanding spatio-temporal heterogeneity of bike-sharing and scooter-sharing mobility
R Zhu, X Zhang, D Kondor, P Santi, C Ratti
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 81, 101483, 2020
Unravel the landscape and pulses of cycling activities from a dockless bike-sharing system
Y Xu, D Chen, X Zhang, W Tu, Y Chen, Y Shen, C Ratti
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 75, 184-203, 2019
The visual quality of streets: A human-centred continuous measurement based on machine learning algorithms and street view images
Y Ye, W Zeng, Q Shen, X Zhang, Y Lu
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 46 (8), 1439-1457, 2019
Simulating land-use dynamics under planning policies by integrating artificial immune systems with cellular automata
X Liu, X Li, X Shi, X Zhang, Y Chen
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 24 (5), 783-802, 2010
Spatially varying impacts of built environment factors on rail transit ridership at station level: A case study in Guangzhou, China
S Li, D Lyu, G Huang, X Zhang, F Gao, Y Chen, X Liu
Journal of Transport Geography 82, 102631, 2020
Do different datasets tell the same story about urban mobility—A comparative study of public transit and taxi usage
X Zhang, Y Xu, W Tu, C Ratti
Journal of Transport Geography 70, 78-90, 2018
E-scooter sharing to serve short-distance transit trips: A Singapore case
Z Cao, X Zhang, K Chua, H Yu, J Zhao
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 147, 177-196, 2021
Parallel cellular automata for large-scale urban simulation using load-balancing techniques
X Li, X Zhang, A Yeh, X Liu
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 24 (6), 803-820, 2010
How does ridesourcing substitute for public transit? A geospatial perspective in Chengdu, China
H Kong, X Zhang, J Zhao
Journal of Transport Geography 86, 102769, 2020
Connecting the city: a three-dimensional pedestrian network of Hong Kong
G Sun, C Webster, X Zhang
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 48 (1), 60-75, 2021
The interplay of spatial spread of COVID-19 and human mobility in the urban system of China during the Chinese New Year
X Mu, AGO Yeh, X Zhang
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 48 (7), 1955-1971, 2021
The mobility pattern of dockless bike sharing: A four-month study in Singapore
X Zhang, Y Shen, J Zhao
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 98, 102961, 2021
A three-component method for timely detection of land cover changes using polarimetric SAR images
Z Qi, AGO Yeh, X Li, X Zhang
ISPRS journal of photogrammetry and remote sensing 107, 3-21, 2015
Effects of green space on walking: Does size, shape and density matter?
X Zhang, S Melbourne, C Sarkar, A Chiaradia, C Webster
Urban Studies 57 (16), 3402-3420, 2020
Innovative measurement of spatial segregation: Comparative evidence from Hong Kong and San Francisco
P Monkkonen, X Zhang
Regional Science and Urban Economics 47, 99-111, 2014
Estimating the potential for shared autonomous scooters
D Kondor, X Zhang, M Meghjani, P Santi, J Zhao, C Ratti
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 23 (5), 4651-4662, 2021
Addressing the “minimum parking” problem for on-demand mobility
D Kondor, P Santi, DT Le, X Zhang, A Millard-Ball, C Ratti
Scientific reports 10 (1), 15885, 2020
Improving short-term bike sharing demand forecast through an irregular convolutional neural network
X Li, Y Xu, X Zhang, W Shi, Y Yue, Q Li
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 147, 103984, 2023
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