Study of Networkwide Impact of Various Demand Generation Methods Under Hurricane Evacuation Conditions

@inproceedings{Yazici2006StudyON,
  title={Study of Networkwide Impact of Various Demand Generation Methods Under Hurricane Evacuation Conditions},
  author={M. Anil Yazici and Kaan Ozbay and Steven I-Jy Chien},
  year={2006}
}
Demand generation and network loading models under hurricane evacuation conditions, which include more guided actions compared to unpredictable disasters, are crucial yet challenging components of evacuation studies. This study has two major goals: (1) Conduct a comprehensive and critical review of demand generation and network loading models under hurricane conditions to understand advantages and disadvantages of available approaches, (2) Assess network-wide impacts of these different demand… CONTINUE READING

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