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  • Calibrating spatial interaction models without trip matrix data in Spatial modelling.
  • This paper examines an alternative calibration method which does not require the trip matrix data but only trip end data. The parameter estimation and trip prediction of the trip end calibration and conventional trip matrix calibration methods
  • Calibrating and testing of a model for interregional trip distribution in China
  • The AA. formulate a model to simulate trip distribution and then examine its efficiency by analyzing interregional trips in China in general and Liaoning Province in particular.
  • American work-trip distances: a reversal of the historical trend
  • Trip distribution revisited: a new look at an old model
  • Encouraging walking : the case of journey-to-school trips in compact urban areas
  • Children ; Educational establishment ; Form of transport ; Mode choice ; Trip ; Urban transport
  • This study of the journey-to-school trip is motivated by a general consensus that, to effect a more sustainable transport system, there is a necessity to reduce car use. The AA. report on an empirical study which fuses psychometric and econometric
  • Field trip simulation: developing field skills in a junior high classroom
  • Use of field trip journal simulation in understanding geography among 10-12 year-old students. - (DWG)
  • LOCATION IN THE CITY AS A FACTOR IN TRIP MAKING PATTERNS
  • ANALYSE SPATIALE ; COMPORTEMENT ; DECATUR, ILLINOIS ; DISTANCE PARCOURUE ; ETATS-UNIS ; FREQUENCE ; Généralités sur la géographie ; ILLINOIS ; MESURE ; OREGON ; PORTLAND, OREGON ; TRAJET ; TRIP PATTERN ; VARIABLE SOCIO-ECONOMIQUE
  • COMPARAISON ENTRE LES TYPES DE TRAJET (TRIP PATTERNS) ET LES CARACTERISTIQUES SOCIO-ECONOMIQUES DE DEUX VILLES DES ETATS-UNIS: PORTLAND (OREGON) ET DECATUR (ILLINOIS). ANALYSE DES TRAJETS EFFECTUES POUR DISTRIBUER LES FICHES DE RECENSEMENT
  • A model of multi-purpose shopping trip behavior
  • Consumer behaviour ; Decision ; Model ; Multi-purpose trip ; Probability ; Shopping trip choice ; Simulation ; Spatial choice
  • Consumer behaviour ; Economic impact ; Leisure ; Regional development ; Spatial interaction ; Trip ; Utility fonction
  • Assessing regional economic impacts of recreation trips is important to public agencies' decisions about using recreation as a rural development tool. Minimizing the total cost of recreation trip production implies that households will spatially
  • distribute their purchases of inputs to trip production. The site's cost effects, price information effects, and recreation and retail agglomeration effects cause changes in household recreation purchases and ultimately generate regional economic impacts.
  • Alternative approaches to trip distribution modelling : a retrospective review and suggestions for combining different approaches
  • Aggregation ; Land use ; Model ; Shopping trip choice ; Spatial distribution ; Transport ; Trip ; Utility fonction
  • A stated choice model of sequential mode and destination choice behaviour for shopping trips
  • Consumer behaviour ; Decision ; Logit model ; Preference ; Probability ; Retail trade ; Shopping trip choice ; Spatial choice ; Trip
  • Calibrating urban residential location models 5: a comparison of trip-end and trip-interchange calibration methods
  • A magic carpet trip to learning geography
  • Why take a trip to Bountiful - won't Anaheim do?
  • Algorithm 6: the test for predicted trip matrices
  • Business trip activity patterns
  • Hierarchical trip distribution models and the design of accounting systems in Spatial representation and spatial interaction.
  • Impacts of multistop, multipurpose trips on retail distributions
  • A comparison of socioeconomic and structural determinants of trip tour length in 28th North American meetings of the regional science association.
  • Tertiary and Quaternary deposits in and around the Mons Basin, Documents for a field trip