This section is not intended to provide a comprehensive list of references but of some key papers prior to HDM-4.
Moavenzadeh, F., Stafford J.H., Suhbrier J., y Alexander J. (1971). Highway design study phase I: the model. IBRD Economics Department Working Paper No 96. Washington DC: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
Moavenzadeh, F (1972). Investment strategies for developing areas: analytical models for choices of strategies in highway transportation. Department of Civil Engineering Research Report No 72-62. Cambridge Mass (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
Hodges, J W, J Rolt and T E Jones (1975). The Kenya Road Transport Cost Study: research on road deterioration. TRRL Report LR 672. Crowthorne (Transport and Road Research Laboratory).
Hide, H, S W Abaynayaka, I Sayer and R J Wyatt (1975). The Kenya Road Transport Cost Study: research on vehicle operating costs. TRRL Report LR 673. Crowthorne (Transport and Road Research Laboratory).
Moavenzadeh, F., Berger F., Brademeyer B., y Wyatt R. (1975). The Highway Cost Model: General Framework. MIT Department of Civil Engineering Research Report No 75-4. Cambridge Mass: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Robinson, R, H Hide, J W Hodges, J Rolt and SW Abaynayaka (1975). A road transport investment model for developing countries. TRRL Report LR 674. Crowthorne (Transport and Road Research Laboratory).
Hide, H (1976). An improved data base for estimating vehicle operating costs in developing countries. TRRL Supplementary Report SR 223. Crowthorne (Transport and Road Research Laboratory).
Rolt, J and S W Abaynayaka (1976). Revision 1 of the Road Transport Investment Model. TRRL Supplementary Report SR 246. Crowthorne (Transport and Road Research Laboratory).
Abaynayaka, S W, H Hide, R Robinson and J Rolt (1977). Prediction of road construction and vehicle operating costs in developing countries. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Part 1. (Aug), 419-446.
Harral, C G and others, (1979). The Highway Design And Maintenance Standards Model (HDM): Model Structure, Empirical Foundations And Applications. PTRC Summer Annual Meeting, University of Warwick. London: PTRC Education and Research Services.
Kerali, H.R., Parsley L.L., Robinson R., and Snaith M.S., (1985). Development of a microcomputer based model for road investment in developing countries. In: CIVILCOMP. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Civil and Structural Engineering Computing, London, December 1985. London: Institution of Civil Engineers.
Watanatada, T et al, (1987). The Highway Design And Maintenance Standards Model Volume 1: Description of the HDM-III Model. The Highway Design and Maintenance Standards Series. The World Bank, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, USA.
Archondo-Callao, R. y Purohit R., (1989). HDM-PC: user's guide. The Highway Design and Maintenance Standards Series. Washington DC: The World Bank.
Archondo-Callao, R., (1994). HDM Manager Version 3.0. Transportation Division, Transportation, Water & Urban Development Department. Washington DC: The World Bank.
August 2014, Jean-François Corté, Secretary General, World Road Association
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