Nohad A. Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Urban Studies
1 online resource (v, 91 pages)
Most existing activity-based travel demand models are implemented in a tour-based microsimulation framework. Due to the significant computational and data storage benefits, the demand microsimulation allows a greater amount of flexibility in terms of demographic market segmentation, temporal scale, and spatial resolution, and thus the models can represent a wider range of travel behavior aspects associated with various policies and scenarios. This dissertation proposes three innovative methodologies, one for each of the three key dimensions, to fulfill the greater level of details toward a more mature state of activity-based travel demand models.
Kim, Kihong, "Recent Advances in Activity-Based Travel Demand Models for Greater Flexibility" (2018). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 4225.