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The Multi-Agent Transport Simulation MATSim
The MATSim (Multi-Agent Transport Simulation) software project was started around 2006 with the goal of generating traffic and congestion patterns by following individual synthetic travelers through their daily or weekly activity programme. Expand
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Processing Raw Data from Global Positioning Systems without Additional Information
This paper describes a postprocessing procedure needing no input other than the most basic GPS raw data: three-dimensional positions and the corresponding time stamps. Expand
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Agent-based simulation of travel demand: Structure and computational performance of MATSim-T
The model toolkit MATSim-T provides a variety of tools and resulting approaches to model travel demand and traffic flow and their interactions. The currently preferred configuration is presented inExpand
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Agent-Based Demand-Modeling Framework for Large-Scale Microsimulations
A flexible demand-modeling framework for large-scale scenarios fulfils all these requirements. Expand
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Population synthesis for microsimulation: State of the art
In agent-based microsimulation models for land use or transportation planning, agents' decisions are simulated over time in order to predict future states of the system. Expand
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Map-matching of GPS traces on high-resolution navigation networks using the Multiple Hypothesis Technique (MHT)
In recent years, data from GPS-based surveys has become increasingly important since transport modellers benefit from more accurate and reliable information about times, geographic locations, andExpand
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Location choice modeling for shopping and leisure activities with MATSim
This paper presents validation results for the activity-based multi-agent transport simulation MATSim (http://www.matsim.org), where the main focus lies on the location choice module. Expand
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Efficient Map Matching of Large Global Positioning System Data Sets: Tests on Speed-Monitoring Experiment in Zürich
This paper presents an innovative map-matching algorithm that relies only on the GPS coordinates and the network topology to identify the routes that were actually taken. Expand
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Integrating Power Systems, Transport Systems and Vehicle Technology for Electric Mobility Impact Assessment and Efficient Control
Electric mobility is considered as a promising option for future individual transportation in terms of lower CO2-emissions and reduced dependence on fossil fuels. Expand
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Autonomous vehicles: The next jump in accessibilities?
Autonomous vehicles are expected to offer a higher comfort of traveling at lower prices and at the same time to increase road capacity . Expand
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