DTA2014 was held in Salerno, Italy from 17-19 June 2014
Local organising committee
Gulio E. Cantarella (University of Salerno)
Local organising committee
Stefano de Luca (University of Salerno)
Massimo Di Gangi (University of Salerno)
Roberta Di Pace (University of Salerno)
Silvio Memoli (University of Salerno)
Examination of day-to-day dynamical models by results of Information transmission experiments
Iryo, T. and Ishihara, K.
Evolution model based on marginal decision rule
He, X. and Peeta, S.
Modelling day-to-day travellers’ route choice using real-time estimated traffic state with
time-varying traffic demand
Ahmed, A., Watling D.P. and Ngoduy, D.
Asymptotic and stability analysis of a stochastic process dynamic traffic assignment model
CantareIla, G.E. and Watling. D.P.
An experimental analysis for a day-to-day switching behaviour model
De Maio, M., Vitetta, A. and Watling D.P.
Advanced traveller information systems under recurrent traffic conditions: network
equilibrium and stability
A bi-level model of dynamic traffic signal control with continuum approximation
Han, K. Sun, Y. Liu, Friesz, T. and Yao, T.
A generic objective function decomposition for distributed anticipatory optimal network control
Rinaldi, M. and Tampere, C.
An adaptive flow anticipatory control using day-to-day iterative learning in urban traffic networks
Huang, W. , Tampere, C. and Viti , F.
Optimal pricing of day-to-day flow dynamics
Xiao, F. Ye, H. and Yang H.
Information comply model – new model to represent rerouting phenomena in dynamic:
Kucharski , R., Gentile, G. and Meschini, L.
Multi-user class, simultaneous route and
departure time choice dynamic traffic assignment with an embedded spatial
Zhan, X. and Ukkusuri, S. V.
Implementation of an efficient dynamic network loading scheme within the class
of link transmission models
Himpe, W., Corthout, R. and Tampere, C.
A cell transmission model with lane changing by lane-based fundamental
diagram , assimilating lane speed observations and Incorporation of uncertainty
Zhong, R. , Pan, T., , Zhong, Sumalee, A. and Lam, W. H.K.
Comparative evaluation of performances of two mesoscopic approaches to dynamic
DeIl’Orco, M., Celikoglu, H.B., Marinelli, M. and Silgu, M. A.
Solving a dynamic traffic assignment model with implicit path enumeration using gradient projection algorithms
Granularity of floating car data and dynamic within day macroscopic models: is a quasi -dynamic approach suitable?
Colombaroni, c., Comelli, L. and Fusco, C.
Vehicle spillback on dynamic traffic networks and what it means for dynamic traffic assianment models
Han, K. Friesz, T. and Yao, T.
Stochastic analytical dynamic queueing network model with spillback
Flotterod, G. and Osorio, C.
A unified framework for traffic assignment: deriving static and quasi-dynamic models consistent with general first order dynamic traffic assianment models
Bliemer M.C.J. Raadsen, M.P.H. Brederode, L. Bell M. C.H. and Wismans, L J.J.
Dynamic user optimal flow under departure time choice and variable tolerances
Ge, Y.E., Zhang, S., Szeto, W.Y., Zhang, H.M., Zhou, X.
Introducing the core probability framework and discrete – element core probability model for efficient stochastic macroscopic modelling
Colvert, S. Toole, Snelder, M. and Hoogendoorn, S.
Analysis of two-fluid model and application for dynamic traffic assignment in indian
Chakhaborty, S. Srinivasan, K.K and Ramadurai, G.
A semi-dynamic traffic assignment model with unique and continuous equilibrium flow
Nakayama, S. and Connors, R.
An intersection-movement-based stochastic dynamic traffic assignment model
Long, H. and Szeto, W. Y.
Dynamic tolling and dynamic equilibria
Heydecker, B.G. and Davis, G.
Dynamic traffic assignment and the parking process
Boyles, S.D. Tangy, S and Unnikrishnanz, S.
Representation of queue propagation and realistic travel times in dynamic network loading models
Roavic, N., Nielsen, O.A. and Prato, C.G.
Signal setting design based on mesoscopic network simulation
de Luca, S., Di Gangi, M., Di Pace, R. and Memoli, S.
Analysis of large traffic data set: congestion charge area in Milan
Mussone, L. and Cantarella G.E.
Formulation, existence, and computation of simultaneous route-and-departure choice
bounded rationality dynamic user equilibrium with fixed or endogenous user tolerance
Han, K. , Friesz, T, Yao, T. and SZeto W. Y.
Estimation of dynamic origin-destination matrices in congested networks with implicit
Himpe, w. , Ton, D., Corthout, R. and Tampere, C.
Integration of dynamic traffic assignment with a travel demand model based on synthetic population for Stockholm region
Berglund, S. Canella, O. Engelson, L. Flotterod, G. and Jonsson, D.
Incorporating dynamic reference points in a prospect theory model of travel behaviour
Sequential dynamic discrete choice model: theory and application
Russo, F. and Chila, G.
Incorporating network reliability in a schedule based transit assignment model
Khani, A. and Hickman, M.
Frequency-based transit assignment revisited
Bell, M.G.H. Bliemer M.C.J. and Raadsen, M.P.H.
Schedule-based dynamic transit assignment including individual traveller information
An, K. and Lo, H.K
Robust transit network design with stochastic demand
An, K. and Lo, H.K
A joint day-to-day mode and within-day departure time choice model for the analysis of dynamic ride sharing
Viti, F. and Carman, F.
Unidirectionality: a property of single destination system optimal dynamic traffic assignment that allows efficient optimization of evacuation
Nassir, N. and Hickman, M.
Continuous time dynamic user equilibrium model with departure-time choice and capacitated queue
Rui, M. , Ban, X. and Pang, J.S.
On the computation of time dependent shortest paths for simulation-based dynamic traffic assignment applications
Zhou, X. and Ruiz, J.N.
A mesoscopic approach to model path choice in emergence condition
Di Gangi, M. and Polimeni, A.
Dynamic traffic assignment of multi-modal freight transport
Pel, A. and Zhang, M.
A path enumeration algorithm for strategic system optimal dynamic traffic assignment
Rey, D. Duell, M. and Dixit, V. V. and S. Travis Waller
Modelling motorways of the sea: an application to assignment problems
Di Febbraro, A, Sacco, N. and Bauda, A.
Analysis and modelling the effects of information on travellers’ behaviour within a day-to-day dynamics framework
Bifulco, G.N., de Luca, S. and Di Pace, R.
Subnetwork analysis for dynamic traffic assignment models: impacts of subnetwork
size and stochastic model components
Bringardner, J. Gemor, M. Ruiz, N. Boyles S. and Machemehl R.
A hybrid optimisation method for network signal setting design
Di Pace, R. ond Memoli, S.
Generating speed profiles for environmental impacts analyses using dynamic traffic assignment vehicle trajectories
Duell, M. Levin, M. and Waller S. T.
Continuous-time instantaneous dynamic user equilibria on a real world traffic network
Ma, R. and Ban X.
Application of multi-level transport model for the Tristar system
Oskarbski, J. Jamroz, K. and Birr, K
Application of dynamic traffic assignment simulation models under Indian traffic
Parvathy V. Sand Ramadurai, G.
Modelling of bottlenecks and queues in road networks revisiting the fundamental diagram
Prameswari,N. Nielsen, O.A. and Prato, C. G.
An efficient event-based algorithm for solving first order dynamic network loading problems
Raadsen, M.P.H. Bliemer M. C. J. and Bell M. G.H.
A multi-source data fusion model for short-term travel time prediction
Yuon, F. Zhong, R. and Yang, Z.