Journal of Transportation and Statistics
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|Introduction to the Special Issue on the Statistical Analysis and Modeling of Automotive Emissions|
|Paper 1 - Some Issues in the Statistical Analysis of Vehicle Emissions by Tom Wenzel, Brett C. Singer, and Robert Slott|
|Paper 2 - Validity of Chase Car Data Used in Developing Emissions Cycles by Jennifer E. Morey, Thirayoot Limanond, and Debbie A. Niemeier|
|Paper 3 - Statistical Analysis and Model Validation of Automobile Emissions by Daniel Schulz, Theodore Younglove, and Matthew Barth|
|Paper 4 - A Framework for Modeling In-Use Deterioration of Light-Duty Vehicle Emissions Using MOBILE6 by Phil Enns|
|Paper 5 - The Use of Mixed Effects ANCOVA to Characterize Vehicle Emissions Profiles by Michael L. Deaton and James J. Winebrake|
|Paper 6 - Validation of the MEASURE Automobile Emissions Model: A Statistical Analysis by Ignatius Fomunung, Simon Washington, Randall Guensler, and William Bachman|
|Paper 7 - Air Quality Assessment at a Congested Urban Intersection by Mutasem El-Fadel, Majdi Abou Najm, and Hayssam Sbayti|
|Guidelines for Manuscript Submission, Instructions to Authors|