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Balmer, M., Nagel, K. and Raney, B. (2004). Large scale multi-agent simulations for transportation applications. J.\ of Intelligent Transport Systems, 205–223.


Nagel, K., Strauss, M. and Shubik, M. (2004). The importance of timescales: Simple models for economic markets. Physica A, 668–677.


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


Balmer, M., Raney, B. and Nagel, K. (2004). Large-scale multi-agent simulations for transportation applications. Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, 205–221.



Gloor, C., Stucki, P. and Nagel, K. (2004). Hybrid techniques for pedestrian simulations. Cellular automata, Proceedings. Springer, 581–590.

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Helbing, D. and Nagel, K. (2004). The Physics of Traffic and Regional Development. Contemporary Physics, 405–426.

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Helbing, D. and Nagel, K. (2004). The Physics of Traffic and Regional Development. Contemporary Physics

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Gloor, C., Stucki, P. and Nagel, K. (2004). Hybrid techniques for pedestrian simulations. Swiss Transport Research Conference (STRC)

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Nagel, K. and Reggiani, A. (2003). Multi-agent simulation approach to multi-functional land use. Shaker, 141–146.


Nagel, K. and (editors), P. W. (2003). Special Issue on Regional Transportation Simulations. Networks and Spatial Economics


Nagel, K., Wagner, P. and Woesler, R. (2003). Still flowing: Approaches to traffic flow and traffic jam modeling. Operations Research, 681–710.


Raney, B., Cetin, N., Völlmy, A., Vrtic, M., Axhausen, K. and Nagel, K. (2003). An agent-based microsimulation model of Swiss travel: First results. Networks and Spatial Economics, 23–41.


Gloor, C., Cavens, D., Lange, E., Nagel, K. and Schmid, W. (2003). A pedestrian simulation for very large scale applications. Multi-Agenten-Systeme in der Geographie. Institut für Geographie und Regionalforschung der Universität Klagenfurt, 167–188.


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