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Urban and Regional Transportation Modeling: Essays in Honor of David Boyce

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Working at the U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, David Boyce's primary research theme was the development of urban travel and land- use forecasting models synthesizing elements of network analysis and modeling, stochastic discrete choice theory, and entropy-based methods, but he has also worked on various aspects of intelligent transport systems such as in-vehicle route guidance. Edited by his former student, Lee (civil engineering, U. of Singapore), this festschrift contains 20 papers presenting recent research results in those fields, as well as a biography and appreciation of Boyce by another former student. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781843763062
  • Publisher: Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.
  • Publication date: 6/4/2004
  • Series: New Dimensions in Networks
  • Pages: 416

Table of Contents

List of contributors
Preface
Biography and appreciation of Professor David Boyce
Introduction
1 Themes in the development and application of transport planning models 1
2 A combined distribution, hierarchical mode choice, and assignment network model with multiple user and mode classes 25
3 Combined travel forecasting models : formulations and algorithms 43
4 Iteration-free microassignment 58
5 Cost minimizing behavior in random discrete choice modeling 70
6 A modified iterative scheme for the equilibrium traffic signal setting problem 83
7 Transport and location effects of a ring road in a city with or without road pricing 113
8 Optimal integrated pricing in a bi-modal transportation network 134
9 Planning transport network improvements over time 157
10 Estimating link delays for arterial streets 177
11 Modeling travel times along signalized streets using expected cumulative counts 210
12 System performance in network with parking and/or route information systems 232
13 Real-time spatiotemporal data mining for short-term traffic forecasting 252
14 On-line traffic assignment and network loading 260
15 Multi-modal routing and navigation cost functions for location-based services (LBS) 278
16 Supply chain supernetworks with random demands 289
17 An efficient path-based algorithm for a dynamic user equilibrium problem 314
18 Numerical experiments with a decision support methodology for strategic traffic management 337
19 Free trade and transportation infrastructure in Brazil : towards an integrated approach 365
20 Accessibility and site rents in the C-economy 380
Index 391
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