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Böhme, T. (2011). Analyse und Simulation von Verspätungen im europäischen Linien-Luftverkehr. TU Berlin, Institute for Land and Sea Transport Systems


Cabrita, I., Gayda, S., Hurtubia, R., Efthymiou, D., Thomas, I., Peeters, D., Jones, J., Cotteels, C., Nagel, K., Nicolai, T. and Röder, D. (2015). Integrated land use and transport microsimulation for Brussels. Integrated Transport and Land Use Modeling for Sustainable Cities. EPFL press, 373–412.


Fischer, J., Redlich, J.-P., Scheuermann, B., Schiller, J., Günes, M., Nagel, K., Wagner, P., Scheidgen, M., Zubow, A., Eveslage, I., Sombrutzki, R. and Juraschek, F. (2013). From earthquake detection to traffic surveillance – About information and communication infrastructures for smart cities. System Analysis and Modeling: Theory and Practice. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 121–141.


Cavens, D., Gloor, C., Illenberger, J., Lange, E., Nagel, K. and Schmid, W. A. (2005). Distributed intelligence in pedestrian simulations.


Flötteröd, G. (2008). A fully disaggregate approach to the calibration of simulation-based DTA. International Symposium on Dynamic Traffic Assignment


Cetin, N. (2005). Large-scale parallel graph-based simulations. ETH Zurich, Switzerland


Cetin, N., Burri, A. and Nagel, K. (2003). A Large-Scale Agent-Based Traffic Microsimulation Based On Queue Model. Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC)

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Rieser, M., Nagel, K., Beuck, U., Balmer, M. and Rümenapp, J. (2007). Truly agent-oriented coupling of an activity-based demand generation with a multi-agent traffic simulation. Proceedings of the World Conference on Transport Research (WCTR'07)


Cetin, N. and Nagel, K. (2001). Large scale transportation simulations on Beowulf clusters. Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC)

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Charypar, D., Axhausen, K. and Nagel, K. (2006). Implementing activity-based models: Accelerating the replanning process of agents using an evolution strategy. 11th Conference on Travel Behavior Research (IATBR)

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