Manuel Bullejos

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1 2 Time-Dependent Origin-Destination (OD) matrices are a key input to Dynamic Traffic 3 Models. Microscopic and mesoscopic traffic simulators are relevant examples of such 4 models, traditionally used to assist in the design and evaluation of Traffic Management and 5 Information Systems (ATMS/ATIS). Dynamic traffic models can also be used to support 6(More)
Time-Dependent Origin-Destination (OD) matrices are essential input for Dynamic Traffic Models such as microscopic and mesoscopic traffic simulators. Dynamic traffic models also support real-time traffic management decisions and they are traditionally used in the design and evaluation of Traffic Management and Information Systems (ATMS/ATIS). Time-dependent(More)
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