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Traditional traffic counting location (TCL) problem is to determine the number and locations of counting stations that would best cover the network for the purpose of estimating origin-destination (O-D) trip tables. It is well noted that the quality of the estimated O-D trip table depends on the estimation methods, an appropriate set of links with traffic(More)
In this paper, we implement an estimation procedure for a particular mathematical programming activity-based model in order to estimate the relative importance of factors associated with spatial and temporal interrelationships among the out-of-home activities that motivate a household’s need or desire to travel. The method uses a genetic algorithm to(More)
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