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Kim, H., Haas C.T., Rauch, A., and Browne, C. (2003). “3D Image Segmentation of Aggregates from Laser Profiling,” accepted for publication in Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, 18:4.

Kim, H., Haas, C., Rauch, A., and Browne, C. (2002). “Dimensional Ratios for Stone Aggregates from Three-Dimensional Laser Scans,” ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, Vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 175-183, July.

Kim, Y.S., Haas, C. (2002). “A Man-machine Balanced Rapid Object Model for Automation of Pavement Crack Sealing and Maintenance,” Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 29: pp. 1-16.

Khwaja, N. and O’Connor, J. T. (2001). Development of a Lessons Learned System for the Dallas District, Texas Department of Transportation, Center for Transportation Research, Austin, Texas, July.

LeBlond, D., Owen, F., Gibson, G., Haas, C., and Traver, A. (1998). “Performance Testing and Characterization of Advanced Construction Equipment," ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, Vol. 124, no. 4, pp. 289-296, Jul./Aug.

McLaughlin, J, Sreenivasan, S.V., Haas, C., and Liapi, K. (2002). “Rapid Human-Assisted Creation of Bounding Models for Obstacle Avoidance in Construction,” Journal of Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering.

O’Connor, J. T., Hadeed, S., Braden, K. E., and Deogaonkar, M. J. (2002). “Project- and Phase-Level Technology Use Metrics for Capital Facility Projects,” Computing in Civil Engineering: Proceedings from the Specialty Conference on Fully Integrated and Automated Project Processes, American Society of Civil Engineers, January 23, Blacksburg, VA. pp. 25-38.

O’Connor, J. T. and Won, S. (2002). “Understanding Demand for Technology via Work Function Characteristics,” Computing in Civil Engineering: Proceedings from the Specialty Conference on Fully Integrated and Automated Project Processes, American Society of Civil Engineers, January 23, Blacksburg, VA. pp. 13-24.

O’Connor, J. T. and Won, S. (2002). “Work Function-Level Technology Use Metrics for Capital Facility Projects,” Computing in Civil Engineering: Proceedings from the Specialty Conference on Fully Integrated and Automated Project Processes, American Society of Civil Engineers, January 23, Blacksburg, VA. pp. 1-12.

O’Connor, J. T. and Yang, L. (2002). “Project Performance vs. Use of Technologies at the Work Function Level,” International Symposium for Automation in Construction, September 23-25, Washington, D.C., pp. 117-122.

O’Connor, J. T. and Yang, L. (2002). Capital Facility Project Success and Technology Usage, Report to the Center for Construction Industry Studies, Report No. 22, University of Texas at Austin, March.

O’Connor, J. T. and Won, S. (2002). A Model for Work Function Characteristics-Based Prioritization of Technologies for Capital Projects, Report to the Center for Construction Industry Studies, Report No. 27, University of Texas at Austin, July.

O’Connor, J. T. and Moritz, A. P. (2002). IT Integration Strings for Water Transmission Project Planning and Design, Report to the Center for Construction Industry Studies, Report No. 28, University of Texas at Austin, August.

O’Connor, J. T. and Dodd, S. C. (2000). “Achieving Integration on Capital Projects with Enterprise Resource Planning Systems,” Journal on Automation in Construction, Vol. 9, No. 5-6, Elsevier Science B.V., September, pp. 515-524.

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