Band: 166, 344 Seiten, Gebunden, HC runder Rücken kaschiert, Format (B × H): 160 mm x 241 mm, Gewicht: 1510 g
Reihe: NATO ASI Series F: Computer and Systems Sciences
Verlag: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Labbe / Toint / Tanczos Operations Research and Decision Aid Methodologies in Traffic and Transportation ManagementEvery one relies on some kind of transportation system nearly every day. Go ing to work, shopping, dropping children at school and many other cultural or social activities imply leaving home, and using some form of transportation, which we expect tobe eflicient and reliable. Of course, efliciency and reliabil ity do not occur by chance, but require careful and often relatively complex planning by transportation system managers, both in the public and private sectors. It has long been recognized that mathematics, and, more specifically, op erations research is an important tool of this planning process. However, the range of skills required to cover both fields, even partially, is very large, and the opportunities to gather people with this very diverse expertise are too few. The organization of the NATO Advanced Studies Institute on "Opera tions Research and Decision Aid Methodologies in Traflic and Transportation Management" in March 1997 in Balatonfüred, Hungary, was therefore more than welcome and the group of people that gathered for a very studious two weeks on the shores of the beautiful lake Balaton did really enjoy the truly multidisciplinary and high scientific level of the meeting. The purpose of the present volume is to report, in a chronological order, the various questions that were considered by the lecturers and the' students at the institute. After a general introduction to the topic, the first week focused on issues related to traflic modeling, mostly in an urban context.
Weitere Infos & Material
Transportation Modeling and Operations Research: a Fruitful Connection.- PACSIM: a New Dynamic Behavioural Model for Multimodal Traffic Assignment.- Automatic Control Methods in Traffic and Transportation.- Mobility and Accessibility. The Case of Brussels.- Dynamic Traffic Simulation and Assignment: Models, Algorithms and Application to ATIS/ATMS Evaluation and Operation.- Traffic Modeling and Variational Inequalities using GAMS.- Multicriteria Evaluation Methods and Group Decision Systems for Transport Infrastructure Development Projects.- Recent Advances in Routing Algorithms.- Discrete Choice Models.- Crew Scheduling and Rostering Problems in Railway Applications.- An Introduction to Stochastic Transportation Models.- Facility Location: Models, Methods and Applications.- Eliminating Bias Due to the Repeated Measurements Problem in Stated Preference Data.- An Alternative Model of Spatial Competition.- An Integrated Approach to Extra-Urban Crew and Vehicle Scheduling.