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Dominik Ziemke, M.S., M.Sc.

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Sekr. SG 12, Salzufer 17-19, 10587 Berlin
SG 4.1, Raum Nr. 304

Tel.: +49 30 314 21 383
Fax.: +49 30 314 26 269

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  • UE Methoden der Verkehrstelematik (SoSe)

 

 

 

Publikationen

D. Ziemke and K. Nagel. Development of a fully synthetic and open scenario for agent-based transport simulations -- The MATSim Open Berlin Scenario. VSP WP 17-12.
D. Ziemke, S. Metzler, and K. Nagel. Modeling bicycle traffic in an agent-based transport simulation. Procedia Computer Science. Volume 109:923–928, 2017, DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2017.05.424. Also VSP WP 17-05.
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D. Ziemke, J. Joubert, and K. Nagel. Accessibility in a post-Apartheid city: Comparison of two approaches for accessibility computations. VSP WP 17-03.
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D. Ziemke, K. Nagel, and R. Moeckel. Towards an agent-based, integrated land-use transport modeling system. Procedia Computer Science. Volume 83:958-963, 2016, DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2016.04.192. Also VSP WP 16-05.
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J. Joubert, D. Ziemke, and K. Nagel. Accessibility in a post-apartheid city: Comparison of two approaches for the computation of accessibility indicators. In 55th Congress of the European Regional Science Association, Lisbon, Portugal, 2015. Also VSP WP 15-17.
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D. Ziemke, K. Nagel, and C. Bhat. Integrating CEMDAP and MATSim to Increase the Transferability of Transport Demand Models. Transportation Research Record, No. 2493:117-125, 2015. DOI: 10.3141/2493-13. Also VSP WP 14-15.
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D. Ziemke. Demand Generation for Multi-Agent Transport Simulations based on an Econometric Travel Behavior Model and a Traffic-Count-based Calibration Algorithm. Masterarbeit (Master's Thesis), Technische Universität Berlin, Institute for Land and Sea Transport Systems, Berlin, Germany, 2013. Also VSP WP 13-19.
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D. Ziemke. Comparison of High-Speed Rail Systems for the United States. Master's Thesis, Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 2010.
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