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VSP Working Paper

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2020

VSP Working Paper 2020
20-28
T. Ziemke, L. N. Alegre, A. L. C. Bazzan; Reinforcement learning vs. rule-based adaptive traffic signal control: A Fourier basis linear function approximation for traffic signal control; extension of ATT 2020, submitted to special issue of AIC
20-27
L. N. Alegre, T. Ziemke, A. L. C. Bazzan; Using reinforcement learning to control traffic signals in a real-world scenario: An approach based on linear function approximation; submitted to IEEE ITS
20-26
S. A. Müller, W. Charlton, N. Conrad, R. Ewert, T. Conrad, K. Nagel, C. Schütte; MODUS-COVID Bericht vom 11.09.2020
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20-25
C. Rakow, H. Wulkow, N. Conrad, R. Ewert, T. Conrad, K. Nagel, C. Schütte; MODUS-COVID Bericht vom 21.08.2020
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20-24
S. A. Müller, C. Rakow, K. Nagel; Synthetic mobility traces from mobile phone data, infection modelling and public transport; submitted to TRB 2021
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20-23
S. A. Müller, B. Charlton, N. Conrad, R. Ewert, C. Rakow, T. Schlenther, F. Schlosser, D. Brockmann, T. Conrad, K. Nagel, C. Schütte; MODUS-COVID Bericht vom 24.07.2020
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20-22
S. A. Müller, M. Balmer, B. Charlton, R. Ewert, A. Neumann, C. Rakow, T. Schlenther, K. Nagel; Using mobile phone data for epidemiological simulations of lockdowns: government interventions, behavioral changes, and resulting changes of reinfections
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20-21
S. A. Müller, B. Charlton, N. Conrad, R. Ewert, C. Rakow, T. Schlenther, F. Schlosser, D. Brockmann, T. Conrad, K. Nagel, C. Schütte; MODUS-COVID Bericht vom 03.07.2020
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20-20
S. A. Müller, B. Charlton, N. Conrad, R. Ewert, C. Rakow, T. Schlenther, F. Schlosser, D. Brockmann, T. Conrad, K. Nagel, C. Schütte; MODUS-COVID Bericht vom 19.06.2020
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20-19
S. A. Müller, B. Charlton, N. Conrad, R. Ewert, C. Rakow, T. Schlenther, F. Schlosser, D. Brockmann, T. Conrad, K. Nagel, C. Schütte; MODUS-COVID Bericht vom 05.06.2020
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20-18
S. A. Müller, B. Charlton, N. Conrad, R. Ewert, C. Rakow, T. Schlenther, F. Schlosser, D. Brockmann, T. Conrad, K. Nagel, C. Schütte; MODUS-COVID Bericht vom 20.05.2020
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20-17
S. A. Müller, B. Charlton, R. Ewert, C. Rakow, T. Schlenther, K. Nagel; MODUS-COVID Vorhersage vom 7.5.2020
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20-16
S. A. Müller, B. Charlton, R. Ewert, C. Rakow, T. Schlenther, K. Nagel; MODUS-COVID Vorhersage vom 24.4.2020
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20-15
S. A. Müller, B. Charlton, R. Ewert, C. Rakow, T. Schlenther, K. Nagel; MODUS-COVID Vorhersage vom 8.4.2020 
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20-14
I. Kaddoura, G. Leich, A. Neumann, K. Nagel; A Simulation-based Heuristic to Improve Demand Responsive​ Transit Services; submitted to TRB 2021 
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20-13
R. Kötschau, K. Martins-Turner, J. F. Ehmke, K. Nagel; Combining simulation and optimisation to design reliable transportation services; accepted to EWGT 2020
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20-12
R. Ewert, K. Martins-Turner, C. Thaller, K. Nagel; Using a route-based and vehicle type specific range constraint for improving vehicle routing problems with electric vehicles; accepted for EWGT 2020
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20-11
D. Ziemke, B. Charlton, S. Hörl, K. Nagel; An efficient approach to create agent-based transport simulation scenarios based on ubiquitous Big Data and a new, aspatial activity-scheduling model; submitted to EWGT 2020
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20-10
T. Ziemke, L. Sering, L. Vargas Koch, M. Zimmer, K. Nagel, M. Skutella; Flows Over Time as Continuous Limit of Packet-Based Network Simulations; submitted to EWGT 2020
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20-09
T. Ziemke, L. N. Alegre, A. L. C. Bazzan; A reinforcement learning approach with Fourier basis linear function approximation for traffic signal control; accepted for ATT 2020
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20-08
B. Charlton, J. Laudan; A Web-Based Data Visualization Platform for MATSim; presented at TRB Annual Meeting 2020
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20-07
J. Bischoff, M. Maciejewski; Proactive empty vehicle rebalancing for Demand Responsive Transport services; Procedia Computer Science, Volume 170, 2020, 739-744
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20-06
S. A. Müller, M. Balmer, A. Neumann, K. Nagel; Mobility traces and spreading of COVID-19
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20-05
K. Nagel, R. Ewert, J. Bischoff, M. Maciejewski, A. Grahle; Dekarbonisierung des urbanen Verkehrs
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20-04
S. A. Müller, G. Leich, K. Nagel; The effect of unexpected disruptions and information times on public transport passengers: a simulation study; Procedia Computer Science, Volume 170, 2020, Pages 745-750
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20-03
I. Kaddoura, G. Leich, K. Nagel; The impact of pricing and service area design on the modal shift towards demand responsive transit; Procedia Computer Science, Volume 170, 2020, Pages 807-812
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20-02
N. Kuehnel, D. Ziemke, R. Moeckel; A Microscopic, Agent-Based Framework for an Integrated Land-Use/Transport/Environment Model
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20‑01   
D. Ziemke, N. Kuehnel, K. Nagel, R. Moeckel; FABILUT: The Flexible, Agent-based Integrated Land-Use Transport Model
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2019

VSP Working Paper 2019
19-22
N. Kuehnel, D. Ziemke, R. Moeckel, K. Nagel; The End of Travel Time Matrices? Or: Why We Should Use Individual Travel Times; presented at TRB Annual Meeting 2020
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19-21
J. Bischoff, M. Maciejewski; Chapter 13 - Current and Future Dynamic Passenger Transport Services—Modeling, Simulation, and Optimization in a Sustainable Transport System; Sustainable Transportation and Smart Logistics, 2019, 337-360
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19-20
F. J. Márquez-Fernández, J. Bischoff, G. Domingues-Olavarría, M. Alaküla; Using Multi-Agent Transport Simulations to Assess the Impact of EV Charging Infrastructure Deployment; IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo (ITEC), 2019, 1-6
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19-19
K. Martins-Turner, A. Grahle, K. Nagel, D. Göhlich; Electrification of Urban Freight Transport - a Case Study of the Food Retailing Industry; Procedia Computer Science, Volume 170, 2020, 757-763
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19-18
I. Kaddoura; Simulated Dynamic Pricing for Transport System Optimization; PhD thesis
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19-17
D. Singh, L. Padgham, K. Nagel; Using MATSim as a Component in Dynamic Agent-Based Micro-Simulations
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19-16
F. Creutzig, M. Franzen, R. Moeckel, D. Heinrichs, K. Nagel, S. Nieland, H. Weisz; Leveraging digitalization for sustainability in urban transport; Global Sustainability, Volume 2, 2019, e14
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19-15
T. Schlenther, K. Martins-Turner, J. Bischoff, K. Nagel; The Potential of Private Autonomous Vehicles for Parcel Delivery; revised preprint for Transportation Research Record 2020, presented at TRB Annual Meeting 2020
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19-14
R. Ewert, A. Grahle, K. Martins-Turner, A. Syré, K. Nagel, D. Göhlich; Electrification of Urban Waste Collection: Introducing a Simulation-Based Methodology for Feasibility, Impact and Cost Analysis; presented at TRB Annual Meeting 2020 
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19-13
R. Vosooghi, J. Puchinger, J. Bischoff, M. Jankovic, A. Vouillon; Shared Autonomous Electric Vehicle Service Performance: Assessing the Impact of Charging Infrastructure and Battery Capacity
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19-12
M. Paulsen, K. Nagel; Large-Scale Assignment of Congested Bicycle Traffic Using Speed Heterogeneous Agents; Procedia Computer Science, Volume 151, 2019, 820-825
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19-11
J. Bischoff; Mobility as a service and the transition to driverless systems; PhD thesis
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19-10
I. Kaddoura, J. Laudan, D. Ziemke, K. Nagel; Verkehrsmodellierung für das Ruhrgebiet: Simulationsbasierte Szenariountersuchung und Wirkungsanalyse einer verbesserten regionalen Fahrradinfrastruktur; Wissenschaftsforum 2019 Universität Duisburg-Essen
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19-09
C.V. Livingston, I. Beyer Bartana, D. Ziemke, F. Bahamonde-Birke; The Influence of the Route Environment on the Route Choice of Bicyclists: A Preliminary Study; submitted to hEART 2019
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19-08
T. Thunig, K. Nagel; Effects of user adaption on traffic-responsive signal control in agent-based transport simulations; 6th International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (MT-ITS), 2019, pp. 1-7. Also VSP WP 19-08.
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19-07
J. Bischoff, F. J. Márquez-Fernández, G. Domingues-Olavarriía, M. Maciejewski, K. Nagel;  Impacts of vehicle fleet electrification in Sweden – a simulation-based assessment of long-distance trips
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19-06
K. Nagel, J. Bischoff, G. Leich, M. Maciejewski;  Simulation-based analysis of the impacts of fleets of autonomous vehicles on urban traffic
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19-05
K. Martins-Turner, K. Nagel; How driving multiple tours affects the results of last mile delivery vehicle routing problems; Procedia Computer Science, Volume 151, 2019, 840-845
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19-04
N. Kühnel, I.Kaddoura, R.Möckel; Incorporation of noise shielding in an agent-based transport model by using volunteered geographic data; Procedia Computer Science, Volume 151, 2019, 808-813
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19-03
G. Leich, K. Nagel; Improving speed and realism of an evolutionary minibus network design process; Procedia Computer Science, Volume 151, 2019, 834-839
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19-02
T. Thunig, R. Scheffler, M. Strehler, K. Nagel; Optimization and simulation of fixed-time traffic signal control in real-world applications; Procedia Computer Science, Volume 151, 2019, 826-833
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19‑01   
D. Ziemke, I. Kaddoura, K. Nagel; The MATSim Open Berlin Scenario: A multimodal agent-based transport simulation scenario based on synthetic demand modeling and Open Data; Procedia Computer Science, Volume 151, 2019, 870-877
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2018

VSP Working Paper 2018
18-10
C. Rodier, M. Jaller; E. Pourrahmani, A. Pahwa, J. Bischoff  & J. Freedman
Automated Vehicle Scenarios: Simulation of System-Level Travel Effects Using Agent-Based Demand and Supply Models in the San Francisco Bay Area
National Center for Sustainable Transportation, National Center for Sustainable Transportation, 2018
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18‑09
K. Martins-Turner, K. Nagel, M. Zilske; Agent-based modelling and simulation of tour planning in urban freight traffic; Transportation Research Procedia,Volume 41, 2019, 328-332.
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18-08
D. Ziemke, A. Agarwal, I. Kaddoura; Entwicklung eines regionalen, agentenbasierten Verkehrssimulationsmodells zur Analyse zukünftiger Verkehrsszenarien für die Region Ruhr; eingereicht bei Tagungsband Wissenschaftsforum Mobilität 2018
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18-07
T. Thunig, N. Kühnel, K. Nagel; Adaptive traffic signal control for real-world scenarios in agent-based transport simulationsTransportation Research Procedia, Volume 37, 2019, 481488.
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18-06
K. Nagel, J. Bischoff, G. Leich, M. Maciejewski; Simulationsbasierte Analyse der Wirkungen von Flotten autonomer Fahrzeuge auf städtischen Verkehr; eingereicht bei Z. Verkehrswissenschaften
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18-05
G. Leich, J. Bischoff;  Should autonomous shared taxis replace buses? A simulation study; Transportation Research Procedia,Volume 41, 2019, 450-460
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18-04
J. Bischoff, K. Führer, M. Maciejewski; Impact assessment of autonomous DRT systems; Transportation Research Procedia,Volume 41, 2019, 440-446
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18-03
M. Simoni, K. Kockelman, K. Gurumurthy, J. Bischoff; Congestion Pricing in a World of Self-driving vehicles: an Analysis of Different Strategies in Alternative Future Scenarios; Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, Volume 98, 2019, 167-185
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18-02
N. Kühnel, T. Thunig, K. Nagel; Implementing an adaptive traffic signal control algorithm in an agent-based transport simulationProcedia Computer Science, Volume 130, 2018, 894–899
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18‑01   
I. Kaddoura, J. Bischoff, K. Nagel; Towards welfare optimal operation of innovative mobility concepts: External cost pricing in a world of shared autonomous vehicles; presented at hEART 2017
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2017

VSP Working Paper 2017
17-27
J. Bischoff, M. Maciejewski, K. Nagel; Barrierefreie Taxis für Berlin – Bedarfsermittlung und Abschätzung der Flottengröße
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17-26
G. Leich; Agentenbasierte Simulation autonom fahrender Rufbusse im Nordwesten Berlins; Master's thesis
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17-25
T. Thunig, I. Kaddoura, K. Nagel; Braess' paradox and congestion pricing in MATSim; presented at hEART 2017
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17-24
J. Bischoff, M. Maciejewski, T. Schlenther, K. Nagel; Autonomous vehicles and their impact on parking search
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17-23
J. Bischoff, I. Kaddoura, M. Maciejewski, K. Nagel; Simulation-based optimization of service areas for pooled ride-hailing operators
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17-22
A. Agarwal, I. Kaddoura; On-road air pollution exposure to cyclists in an agent-based simulation framework; accepted at NECTAR Cluster 7 Workshop: Social and Health Issues in Transportation 2018, Utrecht
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17-21
A. Agarwal, D. Ziemke, K. Nagel; Calibration of Choice Model Parameters in a Transport Scenario with Heterogeneous Traffic Conditions and Income Dependencysubmitted to Transportation Letters
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17-20
I. Kaddoura, K. Nagel; Using real-world traffic incident data in transport modeling
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17-19
I. Kaddoura, A. Agarwal, B. Kickhöfer; Simulation-based optimization of congestion, noise and air pollution costs: The impact of transport users' choice dimensions; presented at ITEA 2017, Barcelona
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17-18
N. Schirrmacher; Open-Data-basierte Erstellung von Verkehrsnetzwerken zur Modellierung von Kreuzungen inklusive Lichtsignalanlagen und Fahrspuren; Master's thesis
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17-17
N. Kühnel; Modellierung einer verkehrsabhängigen Lichtsignalanlagensteuerung in einer agentenbasierten Verkehrssimulation; Master's thesis
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17-16
A. Agarwal, D. Ziemke, K. Nagel; Bicycle superhighway: An environmentally sustainable policy for urban transport; submitted to Transportation Research Part A
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17-15
D. Ziemke, S. Metzler, K. Nagel; Bicycle traffic and its interaction with motorized traffic in an agent-based transport simulation framework 
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17-14
I. Kaddoura, K. Nagel; Congestion pricing in a real-world oriented agent-based simulation context
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17-13
A. Agarwal, D. Ziemke, K. Nagel; Calibration of heterogeneous traffic scenario in an agent-based simulation framework; accepted for CTRG 2017
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17-12
D. Ziemke, K. Nagel; Development of a fully synthetic and open scenario for agent-based transport simulations -- The MATSim Open Berlin Scenario
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17-11
J. Bischoff, M. Maciejewski, K. Nagel; City-wide Shared Taxis: A Simulation Study in Berlin, IEEE ITSC 2017, DOI: 10.1109/ITSC.2017.8317926
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17-10
J.Bischoff, K. Nagel; Impact assessment of dedicated free-floating carsharing parking; presented at MT-ITS 2017
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17-09
T. Thunig, K. Nagel; Towards a robust and wide-area traffic signal control for inner-city areas; 5th IEEE International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (MT-ITS), 2017
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17-08
B. Kickhöfer, A. Agarwal, K. Nagel; Mind the price gap: How optimal emission pricing relates to the EU CO2 reduction targets; accepted in International Journal of Sustainable Transportation

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17-07
A. Agarwal; Mitigating Negative Transport Externalities in Industrialized and Industrializing Countries; PhD thesis

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17-06
M. Maciejewski, J. Bischoff, S. Hörl, K. Nagel; Towards a testbed for dynamic vehicle routing algorithms; PAAMS 2017. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 722. Springer, Cham,  doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-60285-1_6
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17-05
D. Ziemke, S. Metzler, K. Nagel; Modeling bicycle traffic in an agent-based transport simulation; Procedia Computer Science, Volume 109, 2017, 923–928
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17-04
T. Thunig, K. Nagel; The structure of user equilibria: Dynamic coevolutionary simulations vs. cyclically expanded networksProcedia Computer Science, Volume 109, 2017, 648–655
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17-03
D. Ziemke, J. Joubert, K. Nagel; Accessibility in a post-Apartheid city: Comparison of two approaches for accessibility computations; accepted in Networks and Spatial Economics
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17-02
G. Cich, L. Knapen, M. Maciejewski, A. Yasar, T. Bellemans, D. Janssens; Modeling Demand Responsive Transport using SARL and MATSim; Procedia Computer Science, Volume 109, 2017, 1074-1079
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17‑01  
J. Bischoff, K. Nagel; Integrating explicit parking search into a transport simulation; Procedia Computer Science, Volume 109, 2017, 881–886
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2016

VSP Working Paper 2016
16‑18  
J. R. Correa, T. Harks, K. Nagel, B. Peis, M. Skutella; Dynamic Traffic Models in Transportation Science (Dagstuhl Seminar 15412)

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16‑17  
T. Thunig, K. Nagel; Traffic optimization: Dynamic coevolutionary simulation vs. cyclically expanded networks
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16‑16  
R. Moeckel, K. Nagel; Maintaining Mobility in Substantial Urban Growth Futures; submitted to Transportation Research Procedia

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16‑15  
N. Boettcher; Bestimmung des Ladebedarfs für Elektrofahrzeuge im Alltagsverkehr, master's thesis
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16‑14  
Lakshay, A. Agarwal and N. Bolia; Route guidance map for emergency evacuation; accepted in Journal of Risk Analysis and Crisis Response, 2016
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16‑13  
J. Bischoff, N. Soeffker, M. Maciejewski; A framework for agent based simulation of demand responsive transport systems presented at OR2016, 2016
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16‑12  
M. Maciejewski; J. Bischoff, & K. Nagel; An Assignment-Based Approach to Efficient Real-Time City-Scale Taxi Dispatching, IEEE Intelligent Systems, 2016, 31, 68-77
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16‑11  
M. Maciejewski, J. Bischoff; Congestion Effects of Autonomous Taxi Fleets; Transport, 2017, 0, 1-10
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16‑10  
A. Agarwal, G. Lämmel, K. Nagel; Incorporating within link dynamics in an agent-based computationally faster and scalable queue model; accepted in Transportmetrica A 
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16‑09  
M. Zilske, K. Nagel; Software Architecture for a Transparent and Versatile Traffic Simulation
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16-08
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16‑07  
J. Bischoff, M. Maciejewski; Autonomous taxicabs in Berlin - a spatiotemporal analysis of service performance; in Transportation Research Procedia; Volume 19, 2016, 176–186
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16‑06  
I. Kaddoura, K. Nagel; Simultaneous optimization of traffic congestion and noise exposures; accepted in Transportation

The article was published with the title:
Simultaneous internalization of traffic congestion and noise exposure costs
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16‑05  
D. Ziemke, K. Nagel, R. Moeckel; Towards an agent-based, integrated land-use transport modeling system; in Procedia Computer Science 
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16‑04  
J. Bischoff, M. Maciejewski; Simulation of city-wide replacement of private cars with autonomous taxis in Berlinin Procedia Computer Science
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16‑03  
T. Thunig, K. Nagel; Braess's paradox in an agent-based transport model; in Procedia Computer Science
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16‑02  
B. Kickhöfer, D. Hosse, K. Turner, A. Tirachini; Creating an open MATSim scenario from open data: The case of Santiago de Chile
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16‑01  
I. Kaddoura, K. Nagel; Agent-based congestion pricing and transport routing with heterogeneous values of travel time savings; in Procedia Computer Science
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2015

VSP Working Paper 2015
15‑20  
A. Agarwal, B. Kickhöfer; The correlation of externalities in marginal cost pricing: Lessons learned from a real-world case study; accepted in Transportation
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15-19
K. Nagel; Analyse der Wirkungen von Straßenbenützungsgebühren mittels agentenbasierter Modellierung; Schriftenreihe / Institut für Verkehrswesen, Department für Raum, Landschaft und Infrastruktur, Universität für Bodenkultur Wien, Nr. 35
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15-18
M. Maciejewski, J.M. Salanova, J. Bischoff, M. Estrada; Large-scale microscopic simulation of taxi services. Berlin and Barcelona case studies.;  Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, 2016, 1-9
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15-17
J. Joubert, D. Ziemke, K. Nagel; Accessibility in a post-Apartheid city: Comparison of two approaches for the computation of accessibility indicators; 55th ERSA Congress
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15-16
B. Kickhöfer, A. Agarwal; Is Marginal Emission Cost Pricing enough to Comply with the EU CO2 Reduction Targets?; accepted for hEART 2015

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15-15
A. Agarwal, G. Lämmel, K. Nagel; Modelling of Backward Travelling Holes in Mixed Traffic Conditions using an Agent Based
Simulation
; accepted for TGF 2015

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15-14
Planco GmbH, Intraplan Consult GmbH, TU Berlin Service GmbH; Grundsätzliche Überprüfung und Weiterentwicklung der Nutzen-Kosten-Analyse im Bewertungsverfahren der Bundesverkehrswegeplanung
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15-13
I. Kaddoura, K. Nagel;  Activity-based computation of marginal noise exposure costs: Impacts for traffic management; in Transportation Research Record
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15-12
I. Kaddoura, L. Kröger, K. Nagel; User-specific and dynamic internalization of road traffic noise exposures in Networks and Spatial Economics, Springer
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15-11
A. Agarwal, B. Kickhöfer, K. Nagel; The Internalization of Congestion and Air Pollution Externalities: Evaluating Behavioral Impacts; accepted for IATBR 2015

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15-10
N. Kühnel; Grafisches Editieren von Straßen- und ÖV-Netzmodellen - Für die Verkehrssimulation; Bachelor's thesis
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15-09
A. Agarwal, G. Lämmel; Modeling seepage behavior of smaller vehicles in mixed traffic conditions using an agent based simulation; accepted for CTRG 2015 and in Transportation in Developing Economies
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15-08
J. Bischoff, M. Maciejewski; Electric taxis in Berlin – Analysis of the feasibility of a large-scale transitionin Tools of Transport Telematics
Springer International Publishing, 2015
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15-07
J. Bischoff, M. Maciejewski, A. Sohr; Analysis of Berlin's taxi services by exploring GPS traces; 2015 International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (MT-ITS), 2015, 209-215
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15-06
A. Agarwal, M. Zilske, K. R. Rao, K. Nagel; An Elegant and Computationally Efficient Approach for Heterogeneous Traffic Modelling using Agent Based Simulation; accepted for ABMTRANS 2015
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15-05
I. Kaddoura, L. Kröger, K. Nagel; An activity-based and dynamic approach to calculate road traffic noise damages; submitted to Transportation Research Part D
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15-04
M. Maciejewski, J. Bischoff; Large-scale Microscopic Simulation of Taxi Services; Procedia Computer Science , 2015, 52, 358 - 364
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15-03
A. Agarwal, B. Kickhöfer; Agent-based simultaneous optimization of congestion and air pollution: A real-world case study; accepted for ABMTRANS 2015
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15-02
A. Neumann; Why closing an airport may not matter - The impact of the relocation of TXL airport on the bus network of Berlin; submitted to ABMTRANS 2015
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15-01
A. Agarwal, G. Lämmel; Seepage of smaller vehicles under heterogeneous traffic conditions; accepted for ABMTRANS 2015
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2014

VSP Working Paper 2014
14-25
K. Axhausen, I. Ehreke, A. Glemser, S. Hess, Ch. Jödden, K. Nagel, A. Sauer, C. Weis; Ermittlung von Bewertungsansätzen für Reisezeiten und Zuverlässigkeit auf der Basis eines Modells für modale Verlagerungen im nicht-gewerblichen und gewerblichen Personenverkehr für die Bundesverkehrswegeplanung, Entwurf Schlussbericht
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14-24
A. Neumann, S. Kern, G. Leich; Boarding and Alighting Time of Passengers of the Berlin Public Transport System, submitted to TRB
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14-23
M. Moyo Oliveros; Calibration of public transit routing for multi-agent simulation, PhD thesis
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14-22
M. Zilske, K. Nagel; A simulation-based approach for constructing all-day travel chains from mobile phone data
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14-21
D. Grether; Extension of a multi-agent transport simulation for traffic signal control and air transport Systems; PhD thesis
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14-20
M. Rieser, C. Dobler, T. Dubernet, D. Grether, A. Horni, G. Lammel, R. Waraich, M. Zilske, K. W. Axhausen, K. Nagel; MATSim User Guide
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14-19
I. Kaddoura;  Marginal Congestion Cost Pricing in a Multi-Agent Simulation: Investigation of the Greater Berlin Area; in Journal of Transport Economics and Policy (JTEP)
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14-18
A. Agarwal, B. Kickhöfer; A Combined Marginal Social Cost Approach for Automobile Emissions and Congestion
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14-17
I. Kaddoura, B. Kickhöfer, A. Neumann, A. Tirachini; Optimal public transport pricing: Towards an agent-based marginal social cost approach; in Journal of Transport Economics and Policy (JTEP)
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14-16
M. Maciejewski; Benchmarking minimum passenger waiting time in online taxi dispatching with exact offline optimization methods; Archives of Transport 
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14-15
D. Ziemke, K. Nagel, C. Bhat; Integrating CEMDAP and MATSim to increase the transferability of transport demand models; in Transportation Research Record
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14-14
M. Maciejewski; Online taxi dispatching via exact offline optimization; 7th International Conference on Logistic Systems - Theory and Practice, 2014 
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14-13
A. Neumann; A paratransit-inspired evolutionary process for public transit network design; PhD thesis
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14-12
Intraplan, Planco, TU Berlin; Grundsätzliche Überprüfung und Weiterentwicklung der Nutzen-Kosten-Analyse im Bewertungsverfahren der Bundesverkehrswegeplanung; BMVBS/BMVI FE-Projekt Nr. 96097/2011
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14-11
B. Kickhöfer; Economic Policy Appraisal and Heterogeneous Users; PhD thesis
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14-10
J. Bischoff, M. Maciejewski; Agent-based simulation of electric taxicab fleets; Transportation Research Procedia, Volume 4, 2014, Pages 191–198; presented at mobil.TUM 2014
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14-09
B. Kickhöfer, J. Kern; Pricing local emission exposure of road traffic: An agent-based approach; Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment
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14-08
T. Nicolai; MATSim for urbansim: integrating an urban simulation model with a travel model; Ph.D. thesis
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14-07
L. Padgham, K. Nagel, D. Singh, Q. Chen; Integrating BDI Agents into a MATSim Simulation
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14-06
M. Zilske, K. Nagel; Studying the accuracy of demand generation from mobile phone trajectories with synthetic data
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14-05
D. Röder, K. Nagel; Integrated analysis of commuters’ energy consumption
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14-04
K. Nagel, B. Kickhöfer, J. W. Joubert; Heterogeneous tolls and values of time in multi-agent transport simulation
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14-03
A. Neumann, D. Röder, J. W. Joubert; Towards a simulation of minibuses in South Africa; submitted to the Journal of Transport and Landuse
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14-02
G. Lämmel, A. Seyfried, B. Steffen; Large-Scale and Microscopic: A fast simulation approach for urban areas; TRB 2014
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14‑01  
I. Kaddoura, B. Kickhöfer;  Optimal Road Pricing: Towards an Agent-based Marginal Social Cost Approach
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2013

VSP Working Paper 2013
13-24
I. Cabrita, S. Gayda, R. Hurtubia, D. Efthymiou, I. Thomas, D. Peeters, J. Jones, K. Nagel, T. Nicolai, D. Röder; Brussels Case Study; submitted to Handbook on Sustainable Land Use Modelling; M. Bierlaire, A. de Palma, P.  Waddell (ed.)
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13-23
D. Grether, K. Nagel; Agent-Based Modelling of Air Transport Demand
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13-22
Y. Chen; Adding a comprehensive calibration methodology to an agent-based transportation Simulation; Ph.D. thesis
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13-21
T. Nicolai, C. Zöllig Renner, K. Nagel; General description of the state of the art of integrated transport land use modeling; submitted to Handbook on Sustainable Land Use Modelling; M. Bierlaire, A. de Palma, P.  Waddell (ed.)
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13-20
T. Nicolai, K. Nagel; Integration of agent-based transport and land use models; submitted to Handbook on Sustainable Land Use Modelling; M. Bierlaire, A. de Palma, P. Waddell (ed.)
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13-19
D. Ziemke; Demand Generation for Multi-Agent Transport Simulations based on an Econometric Travel Behavior Model and a Traffic-Count-based Calibration Algorithm; Master's thesis
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13-18
B. Kickhöfer, K. Nagel; Towards High-Resolution First-Best Air Pollution Tolls; in Networks and Spatial Economics, Springer
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13-17
J. Bischoff; Agentenbasierte Simulation elektrifizierter Taxiflotten; Master's thesis
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13-16
D. Röder, I. Cabrita, K. Nagel; Simulation-based sketch planning, part III: Calibration of a MATSim-model for the greater Brussels area and investigation of a cordon pricing for the highway ring
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13-15
I. Kaddoura, B. Kickhöfer, A. Neumann, A. Tirachini; Agent-based optimisation of public transport supply and pricing: Impacts of activity scheduling decisions and simulation randomness; in Transportation, Springer
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13-14
A. Neumann, I. Kaddoura, K. Nagel; Mind the gap — Passenger arrival patterns in multi-agent simulations; in International Journal of Transportation, SERSC (Science & Engineering Research Support soCiety)
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13-13
M. Moyo O., K. Nagel; Automatic Calibration of Agent-Based Public Transit Assignment Path Choice to Count Data; Conference on Agent-Based Modeling in Transportation Planning and Operations 2013
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13-12
M. Maciejewski, K. Nagel; A microscopic simulation approach for optimization of taxi services; 3rd International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems 2013
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13-11
D. Röder; Simulation of South African minibus taxis; Master's thesis
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13-10
M. Maciejewski, K. Nagel; The influence of multi-agent cooperation on the efficiency of taxi dispatching; 10th International Conference on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics 2013
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13-09
I. Kaddoura, B. Kickhöfer, A. Neumann, A. Tirachini; Optimal public transport pricing: Towards an agent-based marginal social cost approach; hEART 2013 - 2nd Symposium of the European Association of Research in Transportation
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13-08
A. Graf; Die Bewertung der Qualität des Schülerverkehrs unter Anwendung der Multiagentensimulation MATSim; Master's thesis
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13-07
T. Thunig, T. W. Nicolai; Spatial interpolation of accessibilities
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13-06
T. W. Nicolai; Investigating the MATSim warm and hot start capability
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13-05
M. Maciejewski, K. Nagel; Simulation and optimization of taxi services in MATSim
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13-04
D. Grether, K. Nagel; Extensible Software Design of a Multi-Agent Transport Simulation; ANT 2013
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13-03
M. Zilske, K. Nagel; Building a minimal traffic model from mobile phone data; NetMob 2013
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13-02
T. W. Nicolai, K. Nagel; High resolution accessibility computations; submitted to Edward Elgar Book on "Accessibility and Spatial Interaction" (NECTAR Series), ed. by A. Condeco, J. Gutierrez, A. Reggiani
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13‑01  
D. Grether; Software Design of a Multi-Agent Transport Simulation
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2012

VSP Working Paper 2012
12-29
T.W. Nicolai; Using MATSim as a travel model plug-in to UrbanSim
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12-28
J. Illenberger; Using Snowball Sampling to Measure the “Degrees of Separation”; submitted to Physica A
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12-27
A. Neumann, K. Nagel; Passenger Agent and Paratransit Operator Reaction to Changes of Service Frequency of a Fixed Train Line; submitted to ABMTRANS 2013
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12-26
D. Grether, S. Fürbas, K. Nagel; Agent-based Modelling and Simulation of Air Transport Technology and Passenger Demand; contains the combined material from 12-24 and 12-25

see 12-24 and 13-23
12-25
D. Grether, S. Fürbas, K. Nagel; Agent-based Modelling and Simulation of Air Transport Passenger Demand;  The 2nd International Workshop on Agent-based Mobility, Traffic and Transportation Models, Methodologies and Applications (ABMTRANS'13), submitted, accepted but withdrawn
see 13-23
12-24
D. Grether, S. Fürbas, K. Nagel; Agent-based Modelling and Simulation of Air Transport Technology; accepted at The 2nd International Workshop on Agent-based Mobility, Traffic and Transportation Models, Methodologies and Applications (ABMTRANS'13)
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12-23
J. Fischer, J.-P. Redlich, B. Scheuermann, J. Schiller, M. Günes, K. Nagel, P.Wagner, M. Scheidgen, A. Zubow, I. Eveslage, R. Sombrutzki, F. Juraschek; From Earthquake Detection to Traffic Surveillance -  About Infromation and Communication Infrastructures for Smart Cities;
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12-22
T.W. Nicolai, K.Nagel; Sensitivity tests with high resolution accessibility computations; presented at LATSIS 2012
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12-21
J.Illenberger; Social Neworks and Cooperative Travel Behaviour; PhD thesis
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12-20
F. Hülsmann, B. Kickhöfer, R. Gerike; Air pollution hotspots in urban areas – How effective are pricing strategies to comply with the EU limits for NO2?Strategies for Sustainable Mobilities: Opportunities and Challenges, Ashgate Publishing Ltd.
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12-19
M. Zilske, K. Nagel; Towards Volunteered Digital Travel Demand Data
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12-18
B. Kickhöfer, K. Nagel; Towards high-resolution first-best air pollution tolls: An evaluation of regulatory policies and a discussion on long-term user reactions; presented at LATSIS 2012
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12-17
I. Kaddoura, B. Kickhöfer, A. Neumann, A. Tirachini; Public transport supply optimization in an activity-based model: Impacts of activity scheduling decisions and dynamic congestion; presented at LATSIS 2012
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12-16
T.W. Nicolai, K. Nagel; Coupling Transport and Land-Use: Investigating accessibility indicators for feedback from a travel to land use model; presented at LATSIS 2012
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12-15
A. Neumann, K. Nagel; Passenger Agent and Paratransit Operator Reaction to Changes of Service Frequency of a Fixed Train Line; presented at IATBR 2012
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12-14
A. Neumann, M. Balmer, M. Rieser; Converting a Static Macroscopic Model Into a Dynamic Activity-Based Model to Analyze Public Transport Demand in Berlin; presented at IATBR 2012
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12-13
J. Illenberger; Cooperative location choice for leisure activities; submitted to TRB 2013

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12-12
P.J. Fourie, J. Illenberger, K. Nagel; Using mental simulation to improve the agent learning rate of large-scale multiagent transport simulations; presented at TRB 2013
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12-11
A. Agarwal, M. Zilske, K. Ramachandra Rao, K. Nagel; Person-Based Dynamic Traffic Assignment for Mixed Traffic Conditions; accepted in ABMTPO 2013
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12-10
C. Dobler, G. Lämmel; A framework for large-scale multi-modal microscopic evacuation simulations; ICEM 2012
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12-09
N. Goseberg, G. Lämmel, H. Taubenböck, N. Setiadi, J. Birkmann, T. Schlurmann; The Last-Mile Evacuation project: A multi-disciplinary approach to evacuation planning and risk reduction in tsunami-threatend coastal areas; submitted to Springer
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12-08
G. Flötteröd, Y. Chen, K.Nagel; Choice model refinement from network data; submitted to IATBR 2012
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12-07
A. Horni, K. Nagel, K. Axhausen; High-Resolution Destination Choice in Agent-Based Demand Model
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12-06
B. Kickhöfer, K. Nagel; Using high-resolution first-best tolls as a benchmark for policy evaluation: The case of air pollution costs; presented at Kuhmo Nectar Conference on Transportation Economics 2012
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12-05
B. Kickhöfer, I. Kaddoura, A. Neumann, A. Tirachini; Optimal public transport supply in an agent-based model: The influence of departure time choice on operator's profit and social welfare; presented at Kuhmo Nectar Conference on Transportation Economics 2012
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12-04
K. Nagel, B. Kickhöfer, M. Winter; Reverse-engineering of the rule-of-half in order to retrofit an assessment procedure based on resource consumption
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12-03
D. Grether, A. Neumann, K. Nagel; Simulation of Urban Traffic Control: A Queue Model Approach; submitted to ABMTRANS 2012
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12-02
M. Zilske, S. Schröder, K. Nagel, G. Liedtke; Adding freight traffic to MATSim
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12‑01  
T. Frazier, A. Alfons; Generating a Close-to-Reality Synthetic Population of Ghana; JTLU 2012
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2011

VSP Working Paper 2011
11-32
T. Frazier; Simulation a Close-to-Reality Synthetic Population of the Greater Accra Region; CUPUM 2011
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11-31
T. Frazier; Powering Accra: Additional Findings, Results and Basis for further Policy Recommendations; ESRI IC 2011
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see also 10-11
11-30
S. Fürbas; Modellierung und Simulation des europäischen (Flug)Linien-Verkehrs; Berlin 2011
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11-29 
G. Lämmel; Does preparation matter? Influence of pre-evacuation activities on regional evacuations; ICEM 2012
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11-28
G. Lämmel; Escaping the Tsunami: Evacuation Strategies for Large Urban Areas. Concepts and Implementation of a Multi-Agent Based Approach; PhD thesis
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11-27
G. Walenciak, G. Lämmel, M. Zilske, H. Klüpfel, A. Zipf, K. Nagel; Large-scale Multi-Modal Evacuation Analysis with an Application to Hamburg; submitted to PED 2012
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11-26
D. Durst, G. Lämmel, H. Klüpfel, G. Walenciak, A. Zipf, K. Nagel; Large-scale Evacuation Simulation with MATSim: Application to Hamburg; submitted to PED 2012
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11-25
G. Lämmel, M. Plaue; Getting out of the way: collision avoiding pedestrian models compared to the real world; submitted to PED 2012
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11-24
C. Dobler, G. Lämmel; Integration of a microscopic force-based 2D pedestrian simulation into a framework for large-scale transport systems simulation; submitted to PED 2012
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11-23
G. Bärwolff, M.-J. Chen, F. Huth, G. Lämmel, K. Nagel, M. Plaue, H. Schwandt; Methods for modeling and simulation of multi-destination pedestrian crowds; submitted to PED 2012
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11-22
H. López Covaleda, T. Frazier: The Impact of Demographic Change on the Accessibility to Public Services for the Elderly on Children of Hannover, Germany; UGEC Viewpoints VI
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11-21
T. Frazier; Transforming Accra towards a Sustainable Future: Comprehensive Land Use Planning and the Greater Accra Urban Simulation System (GAUSS)UGEC Viewpoints V
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11-20
G. Lämmel; Coupling force-based and graph-based models for multi-agent wayfinding in complex environments; submitted to cavw
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11-19
S. Schröder, M. Zilske, G. Liedtke, K. Nagel; A Computational Framework for a Multi-Agent Simulation of Freight Transport Activities; submitted to TRB 2012
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11-18
K. Nagel; Towards simulation-based sketch planning, part II: Some results concerning a freeway extension in Berlin
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11-17
A. Horni, K. Nagel, K.W. Axhausen; High-Resolution Destination Choice in Agent-Based Demand Models; submitted to TRB 2012
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11-16
B. Kickhöfer, F. Hülsmann, R. Gerike, K. Nagel; Rising car user costs: comparing aggregated and geo-spatial impacts on travel demand and air pollutant emissions; Smart Transport Networks: Decision Making, Sustainability and Market Structure NECTAR Series on Transportation and Communications Network Research, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

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11-15
A. Neumann, K. Nagel; A paratransit-inspired evolutionary process for public transit network design; submitted to TRB 2012
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11-14
A. Neumann, M. Balmer; Micro meets macro: A combined approach for a large-scale, agent-based, multi-modal and dynamic transport model for Berlin
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11-13
M. Moyo O., K. Nagel; Automatic calibration of microscopic, activity-based demand for a public transit line; submitted to TRB 2012
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11-12
D. Grether, J. Bischoff, K. Nagel; Traffic-actuated signal control: Simulation of the user benefits in a big event real-world scenario; Models and Technologies for ITS, Leuven, 2011
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11-11
J. Illenberger, K. Nagel, G. Flötteröd; The role of spatial interaction in social networks; published in Networks and Spatial Economics
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11-10
M. Zilske, A. Neumann, K. Nagel; OpenStreetMap for traffic simulationState Of The Map Europe 2011
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11-09
T. W. Nicolai, K. Nagel; Investigating accessibility indicators for feedback from a travel to a land use model; ERSA 2011
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11-08
D. Grether, A. Neumann, K. Nagel; Traffic light control in multi-agent transport simulations
see WP 12-03 and 11-12
11-07
T. W. Nicolai, L. Wang, K. Nagel, P. Waddell; Coupling an urban simulation model with a travel model – A first sensitivity test; presented at CUPUM 2011
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11-06
M. Maciejewski, K. Nagel; Towards multi-agent simulation of the dynamic vehicle routing problem in MATSim; 9th International conference on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics 2011
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11-05
S. Schröder, M. Zilske, G. Liedtke, K. Nagel; Der Transportlogistikdienstleister in einem Multiagentenmodell des Güterverkehrs; Fachtagung Wirtschaftsverkehr 2011
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11-04
S. Schröder, M. Zilske, G. Liedtke, K. Nagel; Towards a multi-agent logistics and commercial transport model: The transport service provider's viewCITY LOGISTICS 2011
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11-03
B. Kickhöfer, D. Grether, K. Nagel; Income-contingent user preferences in policy evaluation – Application and discussion based on multi-agent transport simulations; in Transportation, Springer
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11-02
B. Kickhöfer, K. Nagel; Mapping emissions to individuals - New insights with multi-agent transport simulations; presented at CUPUM 2011
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11‑01  
J. Illenberger, G. Flötteröd; Estimating properties from snowball sampled networks; published in Social Networks 34 (4)
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2010

VSP Working Paper 2010
10‑16  
H. Taubenböck, N. Goseberg, G. Lämmel, N. Setiadi, T. Schlurmann, K. Nagel, F. Siegert, J. Birkmann, K.-P. Traub, S. Dech, V. Keuck, F. Lehmann, G. Strunz , H. Klüpfel; Risk mitigation at the “Last-Mile” - From Science to Action by the Example of Padang, Indonesia; submitted to NHESS
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10-15
F. Hülsmann, R. Gerike, B. Kickhöfer, K. Nagel, R. Luz; Towards a multi-agent based modeling approach for air pollutants in urban regions; submitted to BAST "Fachtagung Luftqualität an Straßen 2011"
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10-14
J. Illenberger, G. Flötteröd, K. Nagel; A model of risk-sensitive route-choice behaviour and the potential benefit of route guidance; in press, available on the Early Access section of the T-ITS
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10-13
T.W. Nicolai, K. Nagel; Coupling MATSim and UrbanSim: Software design issues
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10-12
G. Flötteröd, Y. Chen, K. Nagel; Behavioral calibration and analysis of a large-scale travel microsimulation; submitted
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10-11
T. Frazier; Powering Accra: Projecting electricity demand for Ghana's capital city; PhD Thesis
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10-10
J. Illenberger, M. Kowald, K. W. Axhausen, K. Nagel; Insights into a spatially embedded social network from a large-scale snowball-sample; European Physical Journal B
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10-09
Nagel, K., M. Winter, T. Beckers, W. Röhling, G. Liedtke, and A. Scholz; Analyse der verkehrsprognostischen Instrumente der Bundesverkehrswegeplanung; Endbericht, 2010
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10-08
A. Neumann, K. Nagel; Avoiding bus bunching phenomena from spreading: A dynamic approach using a multi-agent simulation framework
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10-07
G. Flötteröd, Y. Chen, K. Nagel; Behavioral calibration of a large-scale travel behavior microsimulation; TRB 2011
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10-06
D. Dressler, G. Flötteröd, G. Lämmel, K. Nagel, M. Skutella; Optimal evacuation solutions for large-scale scenarios; OR 2010
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10-05
M. Rieser; Adding transit to an agent-based transportation simulation; PhD Thesis
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10-04
G. Flötteröd, G. Lämmel; Evacuation simulation with limited capacity sinks; ICEC 2010
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10-03
B. Kickhöfer, M. Zilske and K. Nagel; Income dependent economic evaluation and public acceptance of road user charging
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10-02
G. Lämmel, N. Goseberg, V. Heinzel, W. Kongo, N. Setiadi, H. Taubenböck, T. Schlurmann, M. Oczipka, H. Klüpfel, G. Strunz, J. Birkmann, K. Nagel, F. Siegert, F. Lehmann, S. Dech, A. Gress, R.Wahl and R. Klein; Last-Mile - Numerical last-mile tsunami early warning and evacuation information system
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10‑01  
G. Lämmel, H. Klüpfel, K. Nagel; Risk minimizing evacuation strategies under uncertainty; PED 2010
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2009

VSP Working Paper 2009
09‑17  
D. Strippgen; Investigating the technical possibilities of real-time interaction with simulations of mobile intelligent particles, PhD thesis, Berlin 2009
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09-16
G. Lämmel, H. Klüpfel, K. Nagel; Risk minimizing evacuation strategies under uncertainty; PED 2010
see WP 10-01
09-15
J. Illenberger, G. Flötteröd, M. Kowald, K. Nagel; A model for spatially embedded social networks; IATBR 2009
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09-14
K. Nagel, G. Flötteröd; Agent-based traffic assignment: going from trips to behavioral travelers; IATBR 2009
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09-13
Grether, D. and Kickhöfer, B. and Nagel, K.; Policy evaluation in multi-agent transport simulations considering income-dependent user preferences; IATBR 2009
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09-12
G. Flötterörd, Y. Chen, K. Nagel; Behavioral calibration of a large-scale travel behavior microsimulation; IATBR 2009
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09-11
M. Rieser, K. Nagel; Combined agent-based simulation of private car traffic and transit; IATBR 2009
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09-10
B. Kickhöfer; Die Methodik der ökonomischen Bewertungvon Verkehrsmaßnahmen in Multiagentensimulationen; Master thesis, TU Berlin
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09-09
D. Grether, B. Kickhöfer, K. Nagel; Policy evaluation in multi-agent transport simulations; TRB 2010 annual meeting and Transportation Research Records
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09-08
H. Taubenböck, N. Goseberg, N. Setiadi, G. Lämmel, F. Moder, M. Oczipka, H. Klüpfel, R. Wahl, T. Schlurmann, G. Strunz, J. Birkmann, K. Nagel, F. Siegert, F. Lehmann, S. Dech, A. Gress, R. Klein; ‘Last-Mile’ preparation to a potential disaster – Interdisciplinary approach towards tsunami early warning and an evacuation information system for the coastal city of Padang, Indonesia
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09-07
G.W. Heinze; Ein Gemeinschaftsverkehr für den ländlichen Raum als strategische Herausforderung; Zusammenfassung des Vortrags auf der Verkehrskonferenz der Landesarbeitsgemeinschaft (LAG) Umwelt der LINKEN, Landesverband Brandenburg am 13. Juni 2009 in Potsdam
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09-06
G.W. Heinze, H. Kill; Möglichkeiten der Finanzierung und Organisation des ÖPNV in schrumpfenden Regionen; in: Der Bundesminister für Verkehr, Bau und Stadtentwicklung (Hrsg., 2009): Urbane Mobilität. Verkehrsforschung des Bundes für die kommunale Praxis, Schriftenreihe direkt, Verbesserung der Verkehrsverhältnisse in den Gemeinden, Bd. 65, S.513-531
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09-05
G. Lämmel, H. Klüpfel, K. Nagel; Preliminary result of a large scale microscopic evacuation simulation for the city of Padang in the case of Tsunami; ICEM'09
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09-04
G. Lämmel, G. Flötteröd; Towards system optimum: Finding optimal routing strategies in time-tependent networks for large-scale evacuation problems; KI'09
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09-03
G. Lämmel, H. Klüpfel, K. Nagel; The MATSim network flow model for traffic simulation adapted to large-scale emergency egress and an application to the evacuation of the Indonesian city of Padang in case of a Tsunami warning; book "Pedestrian Behaviour" ed. by HJP Timmermans
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09-02
D. Strippgen, K. Nagel; Multi-Agent traffic simulation with CUDA
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09‑01  
D. Strippgen, K. Nagel; Using common graphics hardware for multi-agent traffic simulation with CUDA
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2008

VSP Working Paper 2008
08‑27  
J. Birkmann, G. Lämmel, K. Nagel et al.; Numerical Last-Mile Tsunami Early Warning and Evacuation Information System ("Last-Mile Evacuation"); International Conference on Tsunami Warning (ICTW)
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08‑26  
J. Birkmann, N. Setiadi; Numerical Last-Mile Tsunami Early Warning and Evacuation Information System ("Last-Mile Evacuation"); Statusseminar Geotechnologien "Frühwarnsysteme gegen Naturgefahren"
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08-25
G.W. Heinze, H.H. Kill; Finanzierung des ÖPNV in dünnbesiedelten, strukturschwachen Regionen: Neue Wege zu einem attraktiven ÖPNV; Abschlussbericht BMVBS FE-Vorhaben Nr. 70.0784/2006/
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08-24
A. Neumann; Modellierung und Evaluation von Lichtsignalanlagen in Queue-Simulationen; Diplomarbeit, Berlin 2008
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08-23
M. Schäfer; Spatial and transport system differences of travel time as mode choice determinants; mobilTUM'08
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08-22
K. Nagel; Towards simulation-based sketch planning: Some results concerning the Alaskan Way viaduct in Seattle WA
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08-21
J. Illenberger, G. Flötteröd, K. Nagel; A model of risk-sensitive route-choice behaviour and the potential benefit of route guidance
see WP 10-14
08-20
G. Lämmel, D. Grether, K. Nagel; The representation and implementation of time-dependent inundation in large-scale microscopic evacuation simulations
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08-19
G. Flötteröd, M. Bierlaire, K. Nagel; Bayesian calibration of dynamic traffic simulations
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08-18
G. Lämmel, H. Klüpfel, K. Nagel; Preliminary result of a large scale microscopic evacuation simulation for the city of Padang in the case of a tsunami; ICTW'08 Bali
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08-17
G. Flötteröd; Traffic state estimation with multi-agent simulations; PhD thesis
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08-16
J. Illenberger, G. Flötteröd, K. Nagel; An approach to correct biases induced by snowball sampling
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08-15
Y. Chen, M. Rieser, D. Grether, and K. Nagel; Improving a large-scale agent-based simulation scenario
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08-14
M. Rieser, D. Grether, K. Nagel; Adding mode choice to a multi-agent transport simulation; TRB'09
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08-13
G. Lämmel, K. Nagel; Multi-agent based large-scale evacuation simulation; TRB'09
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08-12
G. Flötteröd, K. Nagel; Online traffic state estimation with multi-agent simulations; FOVUS'08
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08-11
G. Lämmel, M. Rieser, K. Nagel, H. Taubenböck, G. Strunz, N. Goseberg, Th. Schlurmann, H. Klüpfel, N. Setiadi; Emergency preparedness in the case of a Tsunami -- Evacuation analysis and Traffic optimization for the Indonesian city of Padang; PED'08 talk
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08-10
D. Grether, Y. Chen, M. Rieser, K. Nagel; Integrating a simple model for mode choice into a multi-agent simulation of travel behavior and traffic flow (published as "Effects of a simple mode choice model in a large-scale agent-based transport simulation"); "paralimes"
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08-09
D. Grether, A. Bergsten, D. Zetterberg, D. Strippgen, K. Nagel; COOPERS: Co-operative networks for intelligent road safety; WP3800 report
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08-08
D. Grether, Y. Chen, M. Rieser, U. Beuck, K. Nagel; Emergent effects in multi-agent simulations of road pricing; ERSA'08
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08-07
M. Balmer, K. Meister, M. Rieser, K. Nagel, and K.W. Axhausen; Agent-based simulation of travel demand: Structure and computational performance of MATSim-T; ITM'08
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08-06
G. Flötteröd; A fully disaggregate approach to the calibration of simulation-based DTA; DTA2008
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08-05
G. Lämmel, M. Rieser, K. Nagel; Large scale microscopic evacuation simulation; PED'08 poster
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08-04
A.L.C. Bazzan, K. Nagel, F. Klügl; Integrating MATSim and ITSUMO for daily replanning under congestion
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08-03
M. Balmer, M. Rieser, K. Meister, D. Charypar, N. Lefebre, K. Nagel, K.W. Axhausen; MATSim-T: Architecture and simulation times; Heureka'08/Bazzan-Klügl-book
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08-02
K. Meister, M. Rieser, F. Ciari, A. Horni, M. Balmer, K.W. Axhausen; Anwendung eines agentenbasierten Modells der Verkehrsnachfrage auf die Schweiz; Heureka'08
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08‑01  
M. Rieser, U. Beuck, M. Balmer, K. Nagel; Modelling and simulation of a morning reaction to an evening toll; ITM'08
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2007

VSP Working paper 2007
07‑20  
A. Walz, C. Gloor, P. Bebi, A. Fischlin, E. Lange, K. Nagel, B. Algöwer; Virtual worlds – Real decisions: Model- and visualization-based tools for landscape planning in Switzerland; Mountain Research and Development, Volume 23, Issue 2, 122-127
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07-19
K. Nagel, D. Strippgen, C. Griglione, E. Kosmatopoulos; IT 4200-2: Strategies and requirements for automated traffic management
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07-18
G. Lämmel, M. Rieser, K. Nagel; Bottlenecks and congestion in evacuation scenarios: A microscopic evacuation simulation for large-scale disasters; ATT @ AAMAS'08
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07-17
M. Rieser, U. Beuck, K.Nagel; Researching the influence of time-dependent tolls with a multi-agent traffic simulation; ETC'07
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07-16
C. Rommel; Automatic feedback control applied to microscopically simulated traffic; Master thesis, TU Berlin
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07-15
A. Walz, Ch. Gloor, P. Bebi, A. Fischlin, E. Lange, K. Nagel, B. Allgöwer; Virtual worlds - real decisions: Recent research in landscape modelling and visualisation and the potential of computer-based tools for planning; manuscript
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07-14
K. Nagel, M. Rieser, U. Beuck, D. Grether, K.W. Axhausen; Multi-agent transport simulation and economic evaluation (older title: Economic appraisal of transport measures with a transport microsimulation)
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07-13
M. Rieser, N. Nagel; Network breakdown "at the edge of chaos" in multi-agent traffic simulations
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07-12
G.W.Heinze; Öffentlicher Verkehr und demographischer Wandel: Chancen für Nordostdeutschland, In: S. Beetz (Hrsg., 2007): Die Zukunft der Infrastrukturen in ländlichen Räumen, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Materialien Nr.14, Berlin, S.21-30
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07-11
I. Steinmeyer, M. Pätzig, A. Radom, G. Schröder; Demographische Entwicklung und Verkehrsplanung: Welche Anforderungen ergeben sich an unser künftiges Planungsverständnis? Arbeitsbericht zur Lehrveranstaltung 0533 L026 "Mobilitätsforschung" im WS 2006/2007. Berlin, 2007
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07-10
I. Steinmeyer; Städtischer bzw. regionaler Personenwirtschaftsverkehr - Veränderte Mobilitätsmuster in der Dienstleistungsgesellschaft und deren Berücksichtigung in der Forschungslandschaft. In: Nobis, Claudia und Barbara Lenz, Hrsg. Wirtschaftsverkehr: Alles in Bewegung? Mannheim, 2007, S. 113-130 (=Studien zur Mobilitäts- und Verkehrsforschung, Bd. 14)
07-09
J. Illenberger, G. Flötteröd, K. Nagel; Agent-based simulation of route switching behavior with different types of information provision, submitted to ITSC 2007
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07-08
P. Wagner, K. Nagel; Comparing traffic flow models with different number of "phases". ECCS'07 (Paper Nr. 297)
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07-07
G. Flötteröd, K. Nagel; High speed combined micro/macro simulation of traffic flow; ITSC'07
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07-06
R.K. Rai, M. Balmer, M.Rieser, V. Vaze, S. Schönfelder, K. Axhausen; Capturing human activity spaces: New geometries; TRB'07 Paper Nr. 07-1823
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07-05
I. Steinmeyer; Definition und Bedeutung des Personenwirtschaftsverkehrs - Ein Sachstandsbericht aus dem Jahr 2006. Berlin, 2007; eingereicht zur Veröffentlichung in: Schriften des Fachgebiets für Integrierte Verkehrsplanung an der TU Berlin, Berlin, 2007
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07-04
G. Flötteröd, K. Nagel; Modeling and estimation of combined route and activity location choice
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07-03
D. Charypar, K.W. Axhausen, K. Nagel; An event-driven parallel queue-based microsimulation for large scale traffic scenarios; WCTR'07
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07-02
U. Beuck, K. Nagel, M. Rieser, D. Strippgen, M. Balmer; Preliminary results of a multi-agent traffic simulation for Berlin; ``ascona''
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07‑01  
G. Flötteröd, K. Nagel; State estimation for multi-agent simulations of traffic. WCTR'07
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2006

VSP Working Paper 2006
06‑19  
M. Rieser, U. Beuck, J. Rümenapp, M. Balmer, K. Nagel; Truly agent-oriented coupling of an activity-based demand generation with a multi-agent traffic simulation; WCTR'07
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06-18
M. Wermuth, Ch. Neef, I. Steinmeyer; Goods and business traffic in Germany. In: Stopher, Peter and Cheryl Stecher, eds. Travel Survey Methods - Quality and Future Directions. Elsevier Ltd., 2006, p. 427-450
06-17
U. Beuck, M. Rieser, K. Nagel; Multi-agent simulation used in a real world scenario on environmentally-oriented road pricing schemes; 53rd Annual North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International in Toronto, 2006
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06-16
M. Rieser, K. Nagel, U. Beuck, M. Balmer, J. Rümenapp; Truly agent-oriented coupling of an activity-based demand generation with a multi-agent traffic simulation; TRB'07 Paper Nr. 07-2242
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06-15
U. Beuck, K. Nagel, A. Justen; Application of the VISEVA demand generation software to Berlin using publicly avaible behavioral data; TRB'07 Paper Nr. 07-2807
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06-14
A. Bazzan, D. de Oliveira, F. Kluegl, K. Nagel; Effects of co-evolution in a complex traffic network, ATT @ AAMAS'07
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06-13
U. Beuck, K. Nagel, M. Rieser, D. Strippgen, M. Balmer; Preliminary results of a multi-agent traffic simulation for Berlin; "bologna"
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06-12
M. Rieser, U. Beuck, K. Nagel, M. Balmer, J. Rümenapp; Truly agent-oriented coupling of an activity-based demand generation with a multi-agent traffic simulation; AMUS'06
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06-11
D. Charypar, K. Axhausen, K. Nagel; An event-driven queue-based microsimulation of traffic flow; TRB'07 Paper Nr. 07-1078
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06-10
N. Eissfeldt, D. Krajzewicz, K. Nagel, P. Wagner; Simulating traffic flow with queues
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06-09
J. Rümenapp, I. Steinmeyer; Activity-based demand generation: Anwendung des Berliner Personenverkehrsmodells zur Erzeugung von Aktivitätenketten als Input für Multi-Agenten-Simulationen
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06-08
D. Charypar, K. Axhausen, K. Nagel; Implementing activity-based models: Accelerating the replanning process of agents using an evolution strategy; IATBR'06
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06-07
K. Meister, M. Balmer, K. Axhausen, K. Nagel; planomat: A comprehensive scheduler for a large-scale multi-agent transportation simulation; IATBR'06
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06-06
G:W: Heinze; Kurskorrektur - Eine Ortsbestimmung der Raumordnung aus Verkehrssicht, in: Raumforschung und Raumordnung, Jg.64 (2006), H.2, S.135-146
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06-05
D. Charypar, K. Axhausen, K. Nagel; Implementing activity-based models: Accelerating the replanning process of agents using an evolution strategy; STRC'06
see WP 06-08
06-04
J. Rümenapp, I. Seiler, I. Steinmeyer; 'Mobilität in Deutschland 2002' im Wochen- und Jahresgang. Zur zeitlichen Schwankung von Mobilitätskennwerten; in: Internationales Verkehrswesen (58) 5/2006, S. 211-216
06-03
G. Flötteröd, K. Nagel, Bayesian modeling and estimation of combined route and activity location choice; ITSC2006
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06-02
G. Flötteröd, K. Nagel,  Simulation and optimization of trajectories in a congested network
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06‑01  
K. Meister, M. Balmer, K. Axhausen, K. Nagel; planomat: A comprehensive scheduler for a large-scale multi-agent transportation simulation; STRC'06
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2005

VSP working paper 2005
05‑22  
I. Steinmeyer; Innovationen und Lösungen für den Verkehr 2030 - Eine Zusammenfassung; in: Deutsche Verkehrswissenschaftliche Gesellschaft e.V., Hrsg. 3. Zukunftsworkshop des Jungen Forums der DVWG , Workshop auf der Fachmesse "transportlogistic 2005", Reihe E, Junges Forum, E3, Berlin, 2005
05-21
K. Nagel, F. Marchal; Computational methods for multi-agent simulations of travel behavior; Resource paper, Workshop on Computational Techniques, IATBR 2003
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05-20
I. Steinmeyer, T. Wagner; Using national behavioral data on commercial traffic for local and regional applications; TRB 2006
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05-19
Shoufeng Ma, K. Nagel; Road network reliability: A method based on risk
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05-18
D. Cavens, C. Gloor, J. Illenberger, E. Lange, K. Nagel, W. A. Schmid; Distributed intelligence in pedestrian simulations
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05-17
P. Ferrari; Improving passenger boarding in airplanes using computer simulations; International Airport Review 2005
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05-16
M. Balmer, A. Vogel, K. Nagel; Shape morphing of roundabouts using curb side oriented driver simulation
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05-15
M. Balmer, K. W. Axhausen, K. Nagel; A demand generation framework for large scale micro simulations; TRB 2006
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05-14
M. Balmer, M. Rieser, A. Vogel, K.W. Axhausen and K. Nagel (2005); Generating day plans using hourly origin-destination matrices; in T. Bieger, C. Laesser and R. Maggi (eds.) Jahrbuch 2004/05 Schweizerische Verkehrswirtschaft, 5-36, SVWG, St. Gallen
05-13
E. Miller, K. Nagel, H. Sevcíková, D. Socha, P. Waddell; OPUS: An open platform for urban simulation; CUPUM 2005
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05-12
T. Fabian; Mehr Tempo und Leistung auf der Schiene zwischen Deutschland und Polen; Eisenbahntechnische Rundschau ETR 7+8/ 2005
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05-11
A. Vogel, K. Nagel; Multi-agent based simulation of individual traffic in Berlin.
Abstract submitted for Verkehrswissenschaftliche Tage Dresden 2005 - accepted
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05-10
A. Vogel; Modelling leisure day trips between Berlin and its surrounding, ERSA 2005
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05-09
A. Vogel, K. Nagel; Multi-agent based simulation of individual traffic in Berlin, CUPUM 2005
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05-08
Balmer, M., M. Rieser, A. Vogel, K.W. Axhausen and K. Nagel; Generating day plans based on origin-destination matrices. A comparison between VISUM and MATSIM based on Kanton Zurich data; STRC 2005
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05-07
Balmer, M., A. Vogel and K. Nagel; Shape morphing of intersections using curb side oriented driver simulation; STRC 2005
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05-06
I. Steinmeyer, T. Wagner; Verwendung der ?Kraftfahrzeugverkehr in Deutschland? (KiD 2002) für städtische bzw. regionale Fragestellungen; Abstract zur Tagung Wirtschaftsverkehr 2005 in Dortmund (04/2005). Langfassung erschienen in: Clausen, Uwe. (Hrsg.). Wirtschaftsverkehr 2005 Trends Modelle Konzepte. Dortmund, 2005
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05-05
C. Gloor; Distributed intelligence in real world mobility simulations; Ph.D. thesis, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
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05-04
B. Raney; Learning framework for large-scale multi-agent simulations; Ph.D. thesis, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
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05-03
N. Cetin; Large-scale parallel graph-based simulations; Ph.D. thesis, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
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05-02
G. Flötteröd, K. Nagel; Some practical extensions to the Cell Transmission Model; ITSC 2005
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05‑01  
I. Steinmeyer; Städtischer bzw. regionaler Personenwirtschaftsverkehr; Veränderte Mobilitätsmuster in der Dienstleistungsgesellschaft und deren Berücksichtigung in der Forschungslandschaft, Zur Jahrestagung 2005 des AK Verkehr der DGfG
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2004

VSP working paper 2004
04‑18  
F. Marchal, K. Nagel; Modeling location choice of secondary activities with a social network of cooperative agents; TRB 2005
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04-17
T. Fabian; Grenzüberschreitende Infrastrukturplanung in Europa; Internationales Verkehrswesen
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04-16
T. Fabian, Stoll, W., Kubica, B.; Grenzüberschreitende Planungsverfahren zwischen Deutschland und Polen; in: ARL Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung, LAG "Chancen der EU-Osterweiterung für Ostdeutschland"
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04-15
K. Nagel, P. Nelson; A critical comparison of the kinematic-wave model with observational data
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04-14
K. Nagel; Potentials of microscopic traffic simulations for telematics services; in: C. Müller-Bagehl: Infotainment/Telematik im Fahrzeug, Haus der Technik Fachbuch, Band 38, Expert Verlag, Renningen, 2004
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04-13
P. Ferrari, K. Nagel; Robustness of efficient passenger boarding in airplanes; TRB 2005
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04-12
D. Charypar,K. Nagel; Q-learning for flexible learning of daily activity plans; TRB 2005
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04-11
M. Balmer, K. Nagel, B. Raney; Adjustment of activity timing and duration in an agent-based traffic flow simulation [also: Coupling activity-based demand generation to a truly agent-based traffic simulation - activity time allocation]
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04-10
G.W. Heinze, "Vergleichbarkeit, Übertragbarkeit und Lerneffekte aus der IGA Rostock 2003 für die Verkehrsplanung von Events", sowie "Bestätigt die IGA die Kriterien unser Klassifikation von Events?" "Lassen sich also Berliner Mega-Events und IGA Rostock 2003 miteinander vergleichen?" "IGA-Akteure und ihre Interessen". In: Büro für Verkehrsplanung und Verkehrsforschung, Fachhochschule Erfurt u.a. (2004): Forschungsprojekt Eventverkehr. Freizeitverkehrssysteme für den Event-Tourismus, Forschungsprojekt des Bundesministers für Bildung und Forschung, Abschlußbericht: Evaluierung, Juni 2004, Kapitel 5, S.199-232, 254-262 sowie Anhang 6, S.1-42,
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04-09
D. Jost, K. Nagel; Probabilistic Traffic Flow Breakdown In Stochastic Car Following Models. TGF'03
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04-08
C. Gloor, K. Nagel; A message-based framework for real-world mobility simulations. ATT @ AAMAS'04
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04-07
F. Marchal, K. Nagel; Computation of location choice of secondary activities in transportation models with cooperative agents. ATT @ AAMAS'04
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04-06
M. Balmer, N. Cetin, K. Nagel, B. Raney; Towards truly agent-based traffic and mobility simulationsAAMAS 2004
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04-05
D. Helbing, K. Nagel; The physics of traffic and regional development; Contemporary physics
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04-04
D. Charypar, K. Nagel; Generating complete all-day activity plans with genetic algorithms; Transportation
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04-03
B. Raney, K. Nagel; An improved framework for large-scale multi-agent simulations of travel behavior; in: P. Rietveld, B. Jourquin and K. Westin (eds.), Towards better performing European Transportation Systems
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04-02
M. Balmer, B. Raney, K. Nagel; Large-scale multi-agent simulations for transportation applications; ITS Journal
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04‑01  
K. Nagel; Multi-agent transportation simulation; "Book in progress".
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