What about people in Regional Science?

  title={What about people in Regional Science?},
  author={Torsten H{\"a}gerstrand},
  journal={Papers of the Regional Science Association},
  • T. Hägerstrand
  • Published 1970
  • Education
  • Papers of the Regional Science Association
A Theory of Travel Decision-Making with Applications for Modeling Active Travel Demand
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Towards an activity-based model for pedestrian facilities
This paper develops a framework for understanding pedestrian mobility pattern from WiFi traces and other data sources. It can be used to forecast demand for pedestrian facilities such as railway
Robust traffic merging strategies for sensor-enabled cars using time geography
How the accuracy of sensors impacts merging algorithms is investigated, and robust merging algorithms that tolerate sensor errors are designed that can guarantee safe merging while tolerating four times more imprecise positioning information.
When Transport Geography Meets Social Psychology: Toward a Conceptual Model of Travel Behaviour
Abstract Many studies model the effects of the built environment on travel behaviour. Usually, results are controlled for socio‐economic differences and sometimes socio‐psychological differences
Gifting in Museums: Using Multiple Time Orientations to Heighten Present-Moment Engagement
ABSTRACT HCI has recently increased its interest in the domains of museums and gifting. The former is often oriented primarily towards the past, while the latter is often oriented towards the future,
Are Accessibility Indices, a Smart Decision Support System Tool for Measuring Access of Mobility Impaired in Public Spaces? A Review
The limitation of decision support system tools integrated with technology considers few variables with one or two types of impairments and fails to demonstrate the conflicting provisions between different disability groups.
Work practice among advanced producer service firms – project work in space-time
Abstract This article is an explorative investigation of a sample of advanced producer service (APS) companies located in Stockholm (the capital and main urban centre of Sweden). The discussion is
Understanding Individuals' Learning and Decision Processes in a Changing Environment by Using Panel Data
When a new transport service is introduced, people have to learn and familiarize themselves with the new service before they decide to adopt it. These processes are developed over time, thus produc
Spatial Adaptive Large Neighborhood Search for Wood Supply Chain Optimization
This work focuses on the logistic operations from timber production to the first processing step in a saw or paper mill, and seeks to optimize the Wood Supply Chain with Adaptive large Neighborhood Search by introducing spatial amendments to Adaptive Large Neighborhood Search.
Pedestrian Mobility Mining with Movement Patterns
Novel approaches to state-of-the-art pedestrian simulation (Generalized Centrifugal Force Model) as well as existing Data Mining methods for traffic volume estimation and commonly used graph kernels for the Gaussian Process Regression are compared in terms of prediction performance.