Network Modeling 2011
TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2263 consists of 20 papers that explore measurement of transportation network vulnerability, individual path marginal cost in networks, dynamic origin–destination matrix estimation on congested networks, centralized time-dependent multiple-carrier collaboration for less-than-truckload carriers, and benchmarking dynamic origin–destination demand estimation.
This issue of the TRR also examines time-dependent origin–destination demand estimation, disaggregate multimodal travel demand modeling, discrete–continuum transportation networks, distribution and assignment of compulsory and discretionary traffic, reliable shortest paths, capacitated-vehicle routing problem, adaptive traffic control, and dynamic network loading with queue spillback.
In addition, this TRR highlights traffic impact studies, travel speed forecasting, transit stop-level origin–destination estimation, bi-level optimization model for public transportation network redesign problem, comparison of multiobjective evolutionary algorithms, vulnerability analysis of transportation network under scenarios of sea level rise, and locating link count sensors.
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