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Using association rules for product assortment decisions: a case study
This study integrates the discovery of frequent itemsets with a (microeconomic) model for product selection (PROFSET). Expand
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Traffic accident segmentation by means of latent class clustering.
Traffic accident data are often heterogeneous, which can cause certain relationships to remain hidden. Therefore, traffic accident analysis is often performed on a small subset of traffic accidentsExpand
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Studying the effect of weather conditions on daily crash counts using a discrete time-series model.
In previous research, significant effects of weather conditions on car crashes have been found. However, most studies use monthly or yearly data and only few studies are available analyzing theExpand
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Building an Association Rules Framework to Improve Product Assortment Decisions
In this paper, we tackle the problem of product assortment analysis and we introduce a concrete microeconomic integer-programming model for product selection (PROFSET). Expand
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Implementation Framework and Development Trajectory of FEATHERS Activity-Based Simulation Platform
To facilitate the development of dynamic activity-based models for transport demand, the FEATHERS framework was developed. This framework suggests a four-stage development trajectory for a smoothExpand
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Combining road safety information in a performance index.
In this paper we focus on an essential step in the construction process of a composite road safety performance indicator: the assignment of weights to the individual indicators. In the compositeExpand
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Clustering navigation patterns on a website using a Sequence Alignment Method
In this paper, a new method is illustrated to cluster navigation patterns on a website. Instead of clustering users by means of a Euclidean distance measure, in our approach users are partitionedExpand
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Assessing the Impact of Weather on Traffic Intensity
Abstract This paper focuses on the effect of weather conditions on daily traffic intensities (the number of cars passing a specific segment of a road). The main objective is to examination whether orExpand
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Understanding spatial concentrations of road accidents using frequent item sets.
This paper aims at understanding why road accidents tend to cluster in specific road segments. More particularly, it aims at analyzing which are the characteristics of the accidents occurring inExpand
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Changes in Travel Behavior in Response to Weather Conditions
Weather can influence travel demand, traffic flow, and traffic safety. A hypothesis—the type of weather determined the likelihood of a change in travel behavior, and changes in travel behaviorExpand
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