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Nagel, K. and Ferrari, P. (2005). The secrets to faster boarding. International Airport Review, 41–45.

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Nagel, K., Beckman, R. and Barrett, C. (1998). TRANSIMS for transportation planning. InterJournal Complex Systems

Kelly, T. and Nagel, K. (1998). Relaxation criteria for iterated traffic simulations. IJMPC, 113–132.

Nagel, K. and Barrett, C. (1997). Using microsimulation feedback for trip adaptation for realistic traffic in Dallas. IJMPC, 505–526.

Rickert, M. and Nagel, K. (1997). Experiences with a simplified microsimulation for the Dallas/Fort Worth area. IJMPC, 483–504.

Uhlemann, E. (2016). Connected-vehicles applications are emerging. IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, 25–96.

Illenberger, J., Flötteröd, G. and Nagel, K. (2011). A model of risk-sensitive route-choice behaviour and the potential benefit of route guidance. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 384–389.

Maciejewski, M., Bischoff, J. and Nagel, K. (2016). An Assignment-Based Approach to Efficient Real-Time City-Scale Taxi Dispatching. IEEE Intelligent Systems, 68–77.

Creutzig, F., Franzen, M., Moeckel, R., Heinrichs, D., Nagel, K., Nieland, S. and Weisz, H. (2019). Leveraging digitalization for sustainability in urban transport. Global Sustainability. Cambridge University Press (CUP).

Ziemke, D., Metzler, S. and Nagel, K. (2018). Bicycle traffic and its interaction with motorized traffic in an agent-based transport simulation framework. Future Generation Computer Systems

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Raney, B. and Nagel, K. (2004). Iterative Route Planning for Large-Scale Modular Transportation Simulations. Future Generation Computer Systems, 1101–1118.

Rickert, M. and Nagel, K. (2001). Dynamic Traffic Assignment on Parallel Computers in TRANSIMS. Future Generation Computer Systems, 637–648.

Mourad, A., Puchinger, J. and Chu, C. (2019). Owning or sharing autonomous vehicles: comparing different ownership and usage scenarios. European Transport Research Review. Springer Science and Business Media LLC.

Wagner, P. and Nagel, K. (2008). Comparing traffic flow models with different number of ``phases''. European Physical Journal B, 315–320.

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