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000117099 245__ $$aAn UrbanSim Model of Brussels in a Short Timeline
000117099 269__ $$a2007
000117099 260__ $$c2007
000117099 336__ $$aConference Papers
000117099 520__ $$aUrbanSim is an increasingly popular integrated transportation land-use model. A particularly attractive feature of UrbanSim is its disaggregate frame of analysis. This characteristic means it requires much land-use and socio-economic data at a fine scale. This research was conceived as a feasibility study. In particular, it asked Is it possible to mount an UrbanSim model with relatively aggregate data (from a TRANUS application) and limited human resources in three to four months? The conclusions are as follows. It was possible to mount an UrbanSim model with the limited resources and data available. The UrbanSim sub-models estimated were not very robust, compromising simulation results. Weaknesses of the sub-models were not due to the use of disaggregate data. The weaknesses were due to insufficient exploitation of existing data and the lack of some critical data. It was not possible to mount a travel model AND an UrbanSim model given the time and resource constraints.
000117099 700__ $$0240399$$g171751$$aPatterson, Zachary
000117099 700__ $$aBierlaire, Michel$$g118332$$0240563
000117099 7112_ $$d12-14 September$$cMonte Verita, Switzerland$$aSwiss Transport Research Conference
000117099 8564_ $$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/117099/files/PattersonBierlaire2007a.pdf$$zn/a$$s633827$$yn/a
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000117099 937__ $$aTRANSP-OR-CONF-2006-014
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000117099 973__ $$sPUBLISHED$$aEPFL
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