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Thibaut Dubernet

Thibaut Dubernet
ETH Zurich | ETH Zürich · Institute of Transport Planning and Systems

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The value of travel time is an important element in cost-benefit analysis of transportation projects, by encapsulating the willingness to pay of the population for improvements in the transport system. Those values are typically obtained from mobility behavior data from revealed or stated preference surveys. Although short-term decisions are typica...
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Agent-based transport models such as MATSim have been developed and used for the past few decades to simulate transportation systems in different cities and are capable of accurately reproducing travel patterns at different levels of aggregation. Given their disaggregate representation of both travel demand and supply as well as the high level of s...
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Human mobility is a key element in the understanding of epidemic spreading. Thus, correctly modeling and quantifying human mobility is critical for studying large-scale spatial transmission of infectious diseases and improving epidemic control. In this study, a large-scale agent-based transport simulation (MATSim) is linked with a generic epidemic...
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Human mobility is a key element in the understanding of epidemic spreading. Thus, correctly modelling and quantifying human mobility is critical for studying large-scale spatial-transmission of infectious diseases and improving epidemic control. In this study, a large-scale agent-based transport simulation (MATSim) is linked with a generic epidemic...
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In recent years, there has been a growing interest in the social dimension of travel, and how travel decisions are influenced not only by the global state of the transportation system, but also by joint decisions and interactions with social contacts. Such joint decisions are particularly important for a variety of behaviors: leisure activities are...
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Social network contacts have significant influence on individual travel behavior. However, transport models rarely consider social interaction. One of the reasons is the difficulty to properly model social influence based on the limited data available. Non-conventional, passively collected data sources, such as Twitter, Facebook or mobile phones, p...
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In recent years, there has been a growing interest in the social dimension of travel, and how travel decisions are influenced not only by the global state of the transportation system, but also by joint decisions and interactions with social contacts. Empirical studies pointed out the relevance of certain types of social interactions to model trave...
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Mobility simulation softwares are tools which can be used for policy evaluation or to test behavioral assumptions. While a wide range of softwares are being developped, with a wide range of approaches and assumptions, most of them focus on the representation of individual decision making. Joint decision making, on the contrary, has received much le...
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It is a general trend in transportation planning to try to reduce the use of car driven by a single person. This can be achieved by different means: more efficient public transport, increase in the usage of individual non-motorised vehicles, or sharing of a vehicle for all or a fraction of a trip. This paper focuses on evaluating the potential of t...

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