'This collection in honor of David Boyce contains genuinely interesting and quality papers that reflect the diversity of interests of the honoree. David Boyce has made a number of significant contributions at the interface of transportation and regional science. He has been a pioneer of injecting rigor and consistency into spatial analysis. The papers here both reflect the ethos of this copious body of analysis and take it further in extensions and applications. It will prove to be an enduring source of ideas and insight.' - Kenneth Button, George Mason University, USEssays in Honor of David Boyce Der-Horng Lee, David E. Boyce ... advantage in order to achieve some network-wide objective (such as total travel time minimization), rather than being just an undesired side-effect, ... In essence, ETSS models seek to determine a joint equilibrium of link flows and signal settings in a road network operating under ... that is. treating it as a network design problem, or from a descriptive standpoint, that is, viewing it as the problem of simulating in a realisticanbsp;...
|Title||:||Urban and Regional Transportation Modeling|
|Author||:||Der-Horng Lee, David E. Boyce|
|Publisher||:||Edward Elgar Publishing - 2004-01-01|