Capturing travel entities to facilitate travel behaviour analysis

@inproceedings{Prelipcean2016CapturingTE,
  title={Capturing travel entities to facilitate travel behaviour analysis},
  author={Adrian C. Prelipcean},
  year={2016}
}
The increase in population, accompanied by an increase in the availability of travel opportunities have kindled the interest in understanding how people make use of the space around them and their opportunities. Understanding the travel behaviour of individuals and groups is difficult because of two main factors: the travel behaviour’s wide coverage, which encompasses different research areas, all of which model different aspects of travel behaviour, and the difficulty of obtaining travel… CONTINUE READING

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