Titel: Transportation Planning
State of the Art.
Herausgegeben von Martine Labbé, Michael Patriksson
31. Mai 2002 - gebunden - 268 Seiten
This book collects selected presentations of the Meeting of the EURO Working Group on Transportation, which took place at the Department of Ma- ematics at Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg (or, Gothenburg), Sweden, September 9-11, 1998. [The EURO Working Group on Transpor- tion was founded at the end of the 7th EURO Summer Institute on Urban Traffic Management, which took place in Cetraro, Italy, June 21-July, 1991. There were around 30 founding members of the Working Group, a number which now has grown to around 150. Meetings since then include Paris (1993), Barcelona (1994), and Newcastle (1996). ] About 100 participants were present, enjoying healthy rain and a memorable conference dinner in the Feskekôrka. The total number of presentations at the conference was about 60, coming from quite diverse areas within the field of operations research in transportation, and covering all modes of transport: Deterministic traffic equilibrium models (6 papers) Stochastic traffic equilibrium models (5 papers) Combined traffic models (3 papers) Dynamic traffic models (7 papers) Simulation models (4 papers) Origin-destination matrix estimation (2 papers) Urban public transport models (8 papers) Aircraft scheduling (1 paper) Ship routing (2 papers) Railway planning and scheduling (6 papers) Vehicle routing (3 papers) Traffic management (3 papers) Signal control models (3 papers) Transportation systems analysis (5 papers) ix x TRANSPORTATION PLANNING Among these papers, 14 were eventually selected to be included in this volume.
Preface. 1. Origin-Based Network Assignment; H. Bar-Gera, D. Boyce. 2. On Traffic Equilibrium Models with a Nonlinear Time/Money Relation; T. Larsson, et al. 3. Stochastic Network Equilibrium Under Stochastic Demand; D. Watling. 4. Stochastic Assignment with Gammit Path Choice Models; G.E. Cantarella, M.G. Binetti. 5. Estimation of Travel Time Reliability; C. Cassir, M.G.H. Bell. 6. A Joint Model of Mode/Parking Choice with Elastic Parking Demand; P. Coppola. 7. A New General Equilibrium Model; Yanling Xiang, et al. 8. Macroscopic Flow Models; J.P. Lebacque, M.M. Khoshyaran. 9. AIMSUN 2 Simulation of a Congested Auckland Freeway; J.T. Hughes. 10. Fuzzy Traffic Signal Control; J.P. Niitymäki. 11. An Urban Bus Network Design Procedure; S. Carrese, S. Gori. 12. The Cone Projection Method; M.J. Smith, et al. 13. A Park & Ride Integrated System; C. Allal, et al. 14. Longitudinal Analysis of Car Ownership in Different Countries; A. Berri. Index.