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Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Vol.4, No.2 (2001) - Transportation Models

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(1) Modelling Network Vulnerability at the lrvel of the National Strategic Transport Network Glen M D'ESTE and Michael AP TAYTOR 1
(2) Transportation Gap (TG) and Modal Advantage Area (MAA) Modeling -A Supply and Demand Side Analysis for Metro Manila- Cresencio MONIALBO Jr. and Haruo ISHIDA 15
(3) A Progression Signal Optimization Model Reflecting Lane Use Allocations at Intersections on'an Arterial Eonkyo SHIN and Sungpyo HONG 31
(4) Recreational Defnand Model as a Mixture of Interrelated Travel Behaviors Daisuke FUKUDA and Shigeru MORICHI 47
(5) Gap Acceptance Characteristics at a U-Turn Section in Bangkok Ryoichi EBISAWA, Ian C. ESPADA, Takashi NAKAISUJI and Yordphol TANABORIBOON 63
(6) Development of Optimal Network Design Method in Bi-Level programming Using Sensitivity of Variable Travel Demand Byung Jung PARK Sung Mo RHEE, Chang Ho PARK and Kyuhg Soo CHON 75
(7) A Multi-class Traffic Flow Simulator for Assessing Network Reliability Under Gang XU and William Hing-Keung I-A,M 87
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(8) A Ramp Merge Capacity Model Using Gap Acceptance Theory Sang-Gu KIM, Yilmaz HATIPKARASULU and Chang Ho PARK 101
(9) A Experimental Study on Macroscopic Continuum Traffic Flow Models Sungman IM, Jeong-gyu KANG and Youngchan KIM
(l0)Assessing Travel Time Reliability of Road Networks considering Day-To-Day Travel Variations Yafeng YIN and Hitoshi IEDA 125
(11)A Simulation-optimization Approach for Assessing Build-operate-Transfer Projects Anthony CHEN, Panatda KASIKITWIWAT, Kitti SUBPRASOM,Piya CHOOTINAN and Jun-Seok OH 139
(12)Development of a cycle-Free Based, c.oordinated Dynamic Signal-Timing Model for Minimizing Delays Young-Ihn LEE, Wanseok CHOI and Jaeseung LIM 155
(13)A Car Following Model Incorporating Excess Critical Speed Concept Gemunu S. GURUSINGHE' Takashi NAKATSUJI, Yordphol TANABORIBOON,Kiyoshi TAKAHASHI and Jun SUZUKI 171
(14)MacroscopicstudyofFreewayRampMergingPhenomenaobservedinTraffic Congestion MajidSARVI,MasaoKUWAHARA,Avishai CEDERandHirohisaMoRITA 185
(15)Neural Networks for Trip Generation Model Daehyon KIM 201
(16)Value of Travel Time Sensitive to Individuals' Socioeconomic characteristics Liang-Shyong DUANN, Ming-Shong SHIAW and Hung-Yen CHOU 209
(17)MultiVehicle OD Trip Matrix Estimation from Traffic Counts 221 Seungkirl BAEK Hyunmyung KIM, Yongtaek IJM and Gangwon LIM 221
(18)A Combined RP/SP Nested I-ogit Model To Investigate Household Decisions on Vehicle Usage, Mode Choice and Trip-Chaining in Developing Countries Dilum DISSANAYAKE and Takayuki MORIKAWA 235
(19)The Effect of the Spread of Expressway Network on Traffic Demand in Japan Tetsuji SA.I0, Tarsuro HAYASHI and Yuichi MOHRI 245
(20)Modelling and Forecasting Travel Demand in an Urban Area :A Neural-Geo-Temporal Approach Andre DANIAS, Yaeko YAMASHfIA, Marcus Vinicius LAMAR and Koshi YAMAMOTO 261
(21)Estimation of the Impact of Area License Scheme with Multi-Class User Equilibrium Model Yuichiro KANEKO, Atsushi FUKUDA, Viroat SRISURAPANON and Takanori ODA 277
(22)The Combined Modal Split/Assignment MoOei in rhe Tokyo Metropolitan Area Takuya MARUYAMA, Yasunori MUROMACHI, Noboru IIAIL{TA and Katsuroshi OHTA 293
(23)The Effectiveness of Non-ILA Models on Time Choice Behavior Analysis Akimasa FUJIWARA, Yusuke KANDA, Yoriyasu SUGIE and Toshiyuki OKAMURA 305
(24)Construction of Modal Choice Model Considering User's Consciousness Yoshitaka KAJITA, Takeshi CHISHAKI, Atsushi MATSUOKA and Tomonori KOHARA 319
(25)The Impact of l,ocation and Number of Traffic Counts in the Accuracy of O-D Matrices Estimated from Traffic Counts: A Case Study in Bandung (Indonesia) Ofyar Z. TAMIN, Titi L. SOEDIRDJO and Rudi S. SUYONO 335
(26)A Gradient Method for the Estimation of rravel Demand Using Traffic counts on the l,arge Scale Network Jonghyung KIM and Seungjae LEE 351
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