The Transportation Analysis and Simulation System (TRANSIMS), is an integrated set of tools developed to conduct regional transportation system analyses. With the goal of establishing TRANSIMS as an ongoing public resource available to the transportation community, TRANSIMS is made available under the NASA Open Source Agreement Version 1.3 and is supported by this online community.
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- Sherali, Hanif D.; Hobeika, Antoine G.; Jeenanunta, Chawalit: An optimal constrained pruning strategy for decision trees (2009)
- Rieser, M.; Nagel, K.: Network breakdown “at the edge of chaos” in multi-agent traffic simulations (2008)
- Said, Yasmin H.: Estimating spatiotemporal effects for ecological alcohol systems (2008)
- Atkins, Karla; Marathe, Achla; Barrett, Chris: A computational approach to modeling commodity markets (2007)
- Stroud, Phillip D.; Sydoriak, Stephen J.; Riese, Jane M.; Smith, James P.; Mniszewski, Susan M.; Romero, Phillip R.: Semi-empirical power-law scaling of new infection rate to model epidemic dynamics with inhomogeneous mixing (2006)
- Nagel, K.; Rickert, M.: Parallel implementation of the TRANSIMS micro-simulation (2001)
- Brilon, Werner (ed.); Huber, Felix (ed.); Schreckenberg, Michael (ed.); Wallentowitz, Henning (ed.): Traffic and mobility. Simulation, economics, environment (2000)
- Hu, Yongtao: A new cellular automaton model for traffic flow (1999)
- Jakob, Riko; Marathe, Madhav; Nagel, Kai: A computational study of routing algorithms for realistic transportation networks (1999)