Band: 31, 399 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 160 mm x 241 mm, Gewicht: 1016 g
Reihe: Operations Research/Computer S
Verlag: SPRINGER NATURE
Kitamura / Kuwahara Simulation Approaches in Transportation Analysis: Recent Advances and ChallengesSimulation Approaches in Transportation Analysis: Recent Advances and Challenges presents the latest developments in transport simulation, including dynamic network simulation and micro-simulation of people’s movement in an urban area. It offers a collection of the major simulation models that are now in use throughout the world; it illustrates each model in detail, examines potential problems, and points to directions for future development. The reader will be able to understand the functioning, applicability, and usefulness of advanced transport simulation models. The material in this book will be of wide use to graduate students and practitioners as well as researchers in the transportation engineering and planning fields.
Researchers, students and practitioners in civil engineering, regional planning, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and computer science, consulting companies on traffic and transportation, the automobile industry, the electric industry
Weitere Infos & Material
Part I. Simulation Models and Their Application/State of the Art: Application of a Simulation-Based Traffic Assignment Model. The DRACULA Dynamic Network Microsimulation Model. Dynamic Network Simulation with AIMSUN. Microscopic Traffic Simulation: Models and applications.- Part II. Applications of Transport Simulation: The Art of the Utilization of Traffic Simulation Models: How do we make them reliable tools? Absorbing Markov Process OD Estimation and a Transportation Network Simulation Model. Simulating Travel Behaviour using Location Positioning Data Collected with a Mobile Phone System.- Part III. Representing Traffic Dynamics: Simulation of the Autobahn Traffic in North Rhine-Westphalia. Data and Parking Simulation Models. Saga of Traffic Simulation Models in Japan. A Study of Feasibility of Integrating Probe Vehicle Data into a Traffic State Estimation Problem using Simulated Data.- Part IV. Representing User Behavior. Consistency of Traffic Simulation and Travel Behavior Choice Theory: Driver's Route Choice Behavior and its Implications on Network Simulation and Traffic Assignment. An Overview of PCATS/DEBNetS Micro-Simulation System: Its Development, Extension, and Application to Demand Forecasting.