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Nagel, K., Ewert, R., Bischoff, J., Maciejewski, M. and Grahle, A. (in Vorbereitung). Dekarbonisierung des urbanen Verkehrs. Spannungsfeld Fahrzeugantriebe – Gedenkschrift für Prof.\ Dr.-Ing.\ Roland Baar (Arbeitstitel)


Ziemke, D., Knapen, L. and Nagel, K. (forthcoming). Expanding the analysis scope of a MATSim transport simulation by integrating the FEATHERS activity-based demand model. Procedia Computer Science


Ziemke, T. and Braun, S. (forthcoming). Automated generation of traffic signals and lanes for MATSim based on OpenStreetMap. Procedia Computer Science



extensions, M. (accessed 2014). MATSim extensions webpage.

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Müller, S. A., Balmer, M., Charlton, W., Ewert, R., Neumann, A., Rakow, C., Schlenther, T. and Nagel, K. (2021). Predicting the effects of COVID-19 related interventions in urban settings by combining activity-based modelling, agent-based simulation, and mobile phone data. medarxiv


Göhlich, D., Nagel, K., Syré, A. M., Grahle, A., Martins-Turner, K., Ewert, R., Miranda Jahn, R. and Jefferies, D. (2021). Integrated Approach for the Assessment of Strategies for the Decarbonization of Urban Traffic. Sustainability. MDPI AG, 839.



Sering, L., Koch, L. V. and Ziemke, T. (2021). Convergence of a Packet Routing Model to Flows Over Time.



Ewert, R., Martins-Turner, K., Thaller, C. and Nagel, K. (2021). Using a Route-based and Vehicle Type specific Range Constraint for Improving Vehicle Routing Problems with Electric Vehicles. Transportation Research Procedia, 517–524.

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Ziemke, D., Charlton, B., Hörl, S. and Nagel, K. (2021). An efficient approach to create agent-based transport simulation scenarios based on ubiquitous Big Data and a new, aspatial activity-scheduling model. Transportation Research Procedia. Elsevier BV, 613–620.



Ziemke, T., Sering, L., Koch, L. V., Zimmer, M., Nagel, K. and Skutella, M. (2021). Flows Over Time as Continuous Limit of Packet-Based Network Simulations. Transportation Research Procedia. Elsevier BV, 123–130.

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