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Documents--Activity-Based Models

Note: all documents are in PDF format.

Date

Title

Authors
5/2004
FAMOS: The Florida Activity Mobility Simulator Ram Pendyala and Ryuichi Kitamura
2004
Integrating Land Use, Transportation and Air Quality Modeling (EPA Research Project) Paul Waddell
2004
Phased Implementation of a Multimodal Activity-Based Travel Demand Modeling System in Florida; Vol II: FAMOS Users Guide [2MB] Ram Pendyala and Ryuichi Kitamura
12/2002
Modelling Daily Activity Schedules With Fuzzy Logic Doina Olaru and Brett Smith
11/2002
Constrained Allocation of Time and Money Between Activities and Travel: A Review of Modeling Methodologies and a New Utility Maximization Model Cynthia Chen and Patricia Mokhtarian
10/2002
San Francisco Travel Demand Forecasting Model Development Cambridge Systematics; Updated by San Francisco County Transportation Authority
2001
Activity Based Travel Demand Modelling: A Literature Study Goran Jovicic
2001
ALBATROSS--A Learning-Based Transportation Oriented Simulation System Theo A. Arentze and Harry Timmermans
12/2000
The Activity-Based Approach Michael McNally
12/2000
An Activity-Based Travel Pattern Generation Model Anup Kulkarni and Michael McNally
10/2000
Activity-Based Modelling: Research Directions and Possibilities KW Axhausen
3/1998
Behavioral Realism in Urban Transportation Planning Models M. Ben-Akiva, J. Bowman, S. Ramming, and J. Walker
11/1997
TRANSIMS--The Dallas-Ft. Worth Case Study R. J. Beckman
10/1997
A Practitioner’s Guide to Urban Travel Forecasting Models [3MB] David Boyce
5/1996
An Activity-Based Microsimulation Model For Travel Demand Forecasting Michael McNally
9/1995
Activity-Based Modeling System For Travel Demand Forecasting RDC, Inc.

 

 

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