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Al-Atawi, A. M. & Saleh, W. (2012). Tabuk study final report. Edinburgh, Scotland: Transport Research Institute
Tabuk study final report.
Mora, L., & Bolici, R. (2016). How to Become a Smart City: Learning from Amsterdam. In A. Bisello, D. Vettorato, R. Stephens, & P. Elisei (Eds.), Smart and Sustainable Planning for Cities and Regions; Green Energy and Technology, 251-266. Bolzano/Bozen, Italy: BioMed Central. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-44899-2_15
This exploratory study has been carried out to better understand the development process of strategies that allow large European cities to become smart. This aim is achieved t...
Mora, L., & Bolici, R. (2015). Urban regeneration in the digital era: how to develop smart city strategies in large European cities. Techne. Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, 5(2), 110-119
The study documented in this paper has been carried out in order to
acquire new knowledge concerning the development processes of smart city strategies. This aim has been achi...
Stewart, K., & Maher, M. (2005). Minimal revenue network tolling: system optimisation under stochastic assignment with elastic demand. In S. Lawphongpanich, D. Hearn, & M. Smith (Eds.), Mathematics in transport : selected proceedings of the 4th IMA International Conference on Mathematics in Transport : in honour of Richard Allsop, 201-218. Springer Verlag. doi:10.1007/0-387-29645-X_9
The classical road tolling problem is to toll network links such that, under the principles of Wardropian User Equilibrium (UE) assignment, a System Optimising (SO) flow patte...