Tom BRIJS
Tom BRIJS
Full Professor in Traffic Safety and Simulation, Hasselt University, Belgium
Verified email at uhasselt.be
TitleCited byYear
Using association rules for product assortment decisions: A case study
T Brijs, G Swinnen, K Vanhoof, G Wets
KDD 99, 254-260, 1999
4691999
Benchmarking road safety: Lessons to learn from a data envelopment analysis
E Hermans, T Brijs, G Wets, K Vanhoof
Accident Analysis & Prevention 41 (1), 174-182, 2009
1562009
Studying the effect of weather conditions on daily crash counts using a discrete time-series model
T Brijs, D Karlis, G Wets
Accident Analysis & Prevention 40 (3), 1180-1190, 2008
1532008
Profiling of high-frequency accident locations by use of association rules
K Geurts, G Wets, T Brijs, K Vanhoof
Transportation research record 1840 (1), 123-130, 2003
1512003
Explaining variation in safety performance of roundabouts
S Daniels, T Brijs, E Nuyts, G Wets
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (2), 393-402, 2010
1322010
Driving with intelligent speed adaptation: Final results of the Belgian ISA-trial
S Vlassenroot, S Broekx, J De Mol, LI Panis, T Brijs, G Wets
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 41 (3), 267-279, 2007
1292007
A data mining framework for optimal product selection in retail supermarket data: the generalized PROFSET model
T Brijs, B Goethals, G Swinnen, K Vanhoof, G Wets
arXiv preprint cs/0112013, 2001
1102001
Integrating Bayesian networks and decision trees in a sequential rule-based transportation model
D Janssens, G Wets, T Brijs, K Vanhoof, T Arentze, H Timmermans
European Journal of operational research 175 (1), 16-34, 2006
1042006
Building an association rules framework to improve product assortment decisions
T Brijs, G Swinnen, K Vanhoof, G Wets
Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery 8 (1), 7-23, 2004
1032004
Injury crashes with bicyclists at roundabouts: influence of some location characteristics and the design of cycle facilities
S Daniels, T Brijs, E Nuyts, G Wets
Journal of safety research 40 (2), 141-148, 2009
992009
Road safety risk evaluation and target setting using data envelopment analysis and its extensions
Y Shen, E Hermans, T Brijs, G Wets, K Vanhoof
Accident Analysis & Prevention 48, 430-441, 2012
872012
An evaluation of graduated driver licensing programs in North America using a meta-analytic approach
W Vanlaar, D Mayhew, K Marcoux, G Wets, T Brijs, J Shope
Accident Analysis & Prevention 41 (5), 1104-1111, 2009
812009
Identifying latently dissatisfied customers and measures for dissatisfaction management
J Bloemer, T Brijs, G Swinnen, K Vanhoof
International Journal of Bank Marketing 20 (1), 27-37, 2002
762002
Defining interestigness for association rules
T Brijs, K Vanhoof, G Wets
Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA, 2003
742003
The impact of weather conditions on road safety investigated on an hourly basis
E Hermans, T Brijs, T Stiers, C Offermans
Transportation Research Board, 2006
712006
Investigating the influence of working memory capacity when driving behavior is combined with cognitive load: An LCT study of young novice drivers
V Ross, EMM Jongen, W Wang, T Brijs, K Brijs, RAC Ruiter, G Wets
Accident Analysis & Prevention 62, 377-387, 2014
692014
A generalized multiple layer data envelopment analysis model for hierarchical structure assessment: A case study in road safety performance evaluation
Y Shen, E Hermans, D Ruan, G Wets, T Brijs, K Vanhoof
Expert systems with applications 38 (12), 15262-15272, 2011
602011
Evaluating the performance of cost-based discretization versus entropy-and error-based discretization
D Janssens, T Brijs, K Vanhoof, G Wets
Computers & operations research 33 (11), 3107-3123, 2006
592006
Identification and ranking of black spots: Sensitivity analysis
K Geurts, G Wets, T Brijs, K Vanhoof
Transportation Research Record 1897 (1), 34-42, 2004
582004
Externality of risk and crash severity at roundabouts
S Daniels, T Brijs, E Nuyts, G Wets
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (6), 1966-1973, 2010
572010
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