Mathematics in Transport Planning and Control: Proceedings of the 3rd Ima Conference on Mathematics in Transport Planning and Control, Cardiff, 1-3 April 1988

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15 Dec 1998
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
428 pages - 156 x 234 x 23mm


This volume contains forty of the papers presented at the International Conference on 'Mathematics in Transport Planning and Control' which was held at Cardiff University from 1-3 April, 1998. This was the third such conference run under the auspices of the Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications, the first being held at the University of Surrey in 1979, and the second at Cardiff University in 1989. Over fifty papers were submitted for presentation at the conference. It will be clear from the contents that mathematical ideas and methodologies continue to play a prominent part in the description and solution of the many and varied problems that are being currently investigated in quite diverse areas of transport research. Applications will be found on transport planning, congestion, assignment, networks, signalling, road safety, and environmental issues.
Selected papers: Analysis of traffic conditions at congested roundabouts (R.E. Allsop). Bi-level optimisation of transportation networks (J. Clegg, M.J. Smith). Traffic control system optimisation: a multiobjective approach (T. Sayers et al.). Bi-level formulation for equilibrium traffic flow and signal settings (S-W. Chiou). A study into urban roadworks with shuttle - lane operation (N.A. Samoail, S. Yousif). The benefits and disbenefits of traffic at pre-signalled intersections (J. Wu, N. Hounsell). Stochastic networks and traffic assignment (S.P. Evans). A reactive dynamic assignment scheme (M.M. Khoshyaran, J.P. Lebacque). An algorithm for the solution of Bi-level programming problems in transport network analysis (X. Zhang, M. Maher). The cone projection method of designing controls for transportation networks (A. Battye et al.). Incorporating heteroskedasticity within individuals and between individuals to overcome repeated measurement problems (K.S. Kim). Using consensus and hierarchical cross impact analysis in modelling residents' perceptions in their choice of a dormitory settlement (K.S. Donegan et al.). The delaying effect of stops on a cyclist and its implications for planning cycle routes (R. Graham). Mapping accident casualties using social and economic indicators (I.M. Abdalla). Conceptual data structures and the statistical modelling of road accidents (K. Lupton et al.). Modelling a driver's motivation and opportunity to change lanes on dual carriageway roads (F-L. Leung, J. Hunt). On the integration of car-following equations (D. Heidemann). The effects of speed controls on road traffic (A.D. Mason, A.W. Woods). Relief service queues (J.D. Griffiths). Real-time simulation trials in air traffic control: questions in practical statistics (D. Marsh). The application of an elastic demand equilibrium model for assessing the impacts of urban road user charging (D. Milne).

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