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A multimodal transport network model for advanced traveler information systems
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The goal of this paper is to develop and test a generic multimodal transport network model for ATIS applications by using transfer links which is inspired by the supernetwork technique. Expand
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Incorporating activity-travel time uncertainty and stochastic space–time prisms in multistate supernetworks for activity-travel scheduling
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This paper pioneers incorporating time uncertainty in multistate supernetworks for activity-travel scheduling. Expand
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Incorporating space-time constraints and activity-travel time profiles in a multi-state supernetwork approach to individual activity-travel scheduling
Activity-travel scheduling is at the core of many activity-based models that predict short-term effects of travel information systems and travel demand management. Multi-state supernetworks have beenExpand
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Direct somatic embryogenesis from leaf and petiole explants of Spathiphyllum ‘Supreme’ and analysis of regenerants using flow cytometry
This study established a method of regenerating Spathiphyllum ‘Supreme’ through direct somatic embryogenesis. Somatic embryos occurred in leaf and petiole explants cultured in the dark on a MurashigeExpand
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Modeling duration choice in space–time multi-state supernetworks for individual activity-travel scheduling
Multi-state supernetworks have been advanced recently for modeling individual activity-travel scheduling decisions. The main advantage is that multi-dimensional choice facets are modeledExpand
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Effects of land-use transport scenarios on travel patterns: a multi-state supernetwork application
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We show that multi-state supernetworks are capable of representing activity-travel patterns at a high level of detail, including the choice of mode, route, parking and activity location. Expand
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Multi-state supernetwork framework for the two-person joint travel problem
Most travel behavior studies on route and mode choice focus only on an individual level. This paper adopts the concept of multi-state supernetworks to model the two-person joint travel problem (JTP).Expand
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Joint travel problem in space–time multi-state supernetworks
  • F. Liao
  • Computer Science
  • 1 August 2019
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Joint travel problem (JTP) is an extension of the classic shortest path problem and relevant to shared mobility. Expand
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Constructing personalized transportation networks in multi-state supernetworks: a heuristic approach
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An integrated view encompassing the networks for public and private transport modes as well as the activity programs of travelers is essential for accessibility analysis. Expand
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Multi-state supernetworks : recent progress and prospects
Abstract: Supernetworks have long been adopted to address multi-dimensional choice problems, which are thorny to solve for classic singular networks. Originated from combining transport mode andExpand
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