Wei Hua Lin

Associate Professor
520.621.6553
weilin@sie.arizona.edu

Educational Background

Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of California at Berkeley, 1995.

M.S., Mathematics, Rennsalear Polytechnic Institute, 1989.

B.S., Computer Science, Brigham Young University, 1985.

Research & Teaching Interests

Mathematical programming, numerical optimization, continuous approximation methods, and model based simulation. Specific applications include 1) planning, design, and operations of intelligent transportation systems; 2) logistics systems and supply chain management; and 3) analysis of traffic dynamics. 

Selected Publications

W. H. Lin and Liu, H. (2010) Enhancing Realism in Modeling Merge Junctions in Analytical Models for System Optimal Dynamic Traffic Assignment, IEEE ITSC Transaction (in press)

D. Tong, W. H. Lin, J. Mack, and D. Mueller (2010) Accessibility Based Multi-Criteria Analysis for Identifying and Evaluating Optimality of Facility Siting, Transportation Research Record – Journal of the Transportation Research Board (in press),

W. H. Lin and H. K. Lo (2009) Investigating Braess’ Paradox with Time Dependent Queues, Transportation Science. Vol. 43, No. 1, Feb. 2009, pp. 117-126.

H. Liu, K. N. Balke, and W. H. Lin (2008) A Reverse Causal-effect Modeling Approach for Signal Control of an Oversaturated Intersection, Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, Volume 16, pp. 742-754.

W. H. Lin (2007) The Effect of Queuing Representations on Modeling Transit Signal Priority Sstems in Mixed Mode Operation, International Transactions in Operational Research, Vol. 14, Issue 1, pp. 3-14.

H. Liu, W. H. Lin, and C.W. Tan (2007) A Strategy for AVL Based Transit Signal Priority Control, ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Volume 133, No. 9, pp. 513-522.

L. Li, W. H. Lin and H. Liu (2006) A Type-2 Fuzzy Logic Approach for Short-Term Traffic Forecasting, IEE Proceedings Intelligent Transport Systems, Vol. 153, Issue 1, pp. 33- 40.

Y. Cheng and W. H. Lin (2005) Comparison of Methods for Allocating Costs of Empty Railcar Movements in a Railcar Pooling System, Transportation Research Record – Journal of the Transportation Research Board. No. 1916, pp. 88 – 95.

W. H. Lin and C.Wang (2004) An Enhanced 0-1 Mixed Integer LP Formulation for Traffic Signal Control, IEEE Transaction on Intelligent Transportation Systems, vol. 5, no. 4, pp. 238 – 245.

W. H. Lin and R. L. Bertini (2004) Modeling Schedule Recovery Processes in Transit Operations for Bus Arrival Time Prediction, Journal of Advanced Transportation, Vol. 38, No. 3, pp. 347-365.

W. H. Lin, J. Dahlgren, H. Huo (2004) Enhancement to Speed Estimation Using Single Loop Detectors. Transportation Research Record – Journal of Transportation Research Board, No. 1870. National Research Council, Washington D.C., pp. 147 – 152.

W. H. Lin, A. Kulkarni, P. Mirchandani (2004) Short-term Arterial Travel Time Prediction for Advanced Traveler Information Systems. Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, 8(3) September, 2004. pp.143-154.

University of Arizona College of Engineering