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Seat capacity and hyperpath choice on-board: alight or remain seated?

Presentation / Conference
Schmoecker, J., Shimamoto, H., Kurauchi, F., Fonzone, A., & Bell, M. G. H. (2010, July)
Seat capacity and hyperpath choice on-board: alight or remain seated?. Paper presented at 12th World Congress on Transport Research, Lisbon, Portugal
The rationale for the definition of a set of paths referred to as “hyperpath” is that some uncertainty (for example waiting time) means that the choice of a specific option is...

Dynamic route choice in a congested transit network with uncertain carriers’ arrival times

Presentation / Conference
Trozzi, V., Bell, M. G. H., Gentile, G., & Fonzone, A. (2010, July)
Dynamic route choice in a congested transit network with uncertain carriers’ arrival times. Paper presented at 12th World Congress on Transport Research, Lisbon, Portugal
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the possibility of exploiting the hyperpath paradigm within the framework of dynamic assignment to model the route choice in a cong...

Do “hyper-travellers” exist? – Initial results of an international survey on public transport user behaviour.

Presentation / Conference
Fonzone, A., Schmoecker, J., Bell, M. G. H., Gentile, G., Kurauchi, F., Noeckel, K., & Wilson, N. H. M. (2010, July)
Do “hyper-travellers” exist? – Initial results of an international survey on public transport user behaviour. Paper presented at 12th World Congress on Transport Research, Lisbon, Portugal
Transport modelling – both in traffic and transit fields – has been traditionally based on the assumption of the utility maximization principle. In public transport networks w...

MAX - new tools for evaluating mobility management.

Presentation / Conference
Schreffler, E., Welsch, J., Hyllenius, P., Rye, T., & Carreno, M. (2010, July)
MAX - new tools for evaluating mobility management. Paper presented at World Association of Transportation Research (WCTR

Selecting potentially optimal routes through optimistic and pessimistic node potentials.

Presentation / Conference
Fonzone, A., Schmoecker, J., & Bell, M. G. H. (2010, July)
Selecting potentially optimal routes through optimistic and pessimistic node potentials. Paper presented at The Third International Symposium on Dynamic Traffic Assignment, Takayama, Japan
Existing assignment or route guidance models are not suitable to represent travellers` choices or to advise travellers in networks in which each link may be subject to failure...

Potentially optimal paths and route choice in networks with arc delays.

Presentation / Conference
Fonzone, A., Schmoecker, J., & Bell, M. G. H. (2010, April)
Potentially optimal paths and route choice in networks with arc delays. Paper presented at 5th IMA International conference on Mathematics in Transport, London, UK
The shortest path problem has been widely studied in graph theory and its solutions have been largely used in the transport field, both in assignment and vehicle navigation ap...

Schedule-based hyperpath approaches to transit assignment: the impact of imperfect information.

Presentation / Conference
Rochau, N., Bell, M. G. H., Noeckel, K., & Fonzone, A. (2010, April)
Schedule-based hyperpath approaches to transit assignment: the impact of imperfect information. Paper presented at 5th IMA Conference on Mathematics in Transport, London
In a schedule-based capacitated transit network we analyze optimal passenger strategies, where a strategy is a ranked set of services at each interchange in the transit networ...

Job search, transport and training, the case of EMIRES

Presentation / Conference
McQuaid, R. W. (2004, August)
Job search, transport and training, the case of EMIRES. Paper presented at RSAI (B and I section) Annual Conference
No abstract available.

Pedestrian detection using low-resolution thermal imager versus visual imager

Presentation / Conference
Nilsson, M., Binnie, D., & Armitage, A. (2004, May)
Pedestrian detection using low-resolution thermal imager versus visual imager. Paper presented at PREP 2004, Baltimore, USA
No abstract available.