Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Hinze, Nicolas Karlsson Author's Email Address email@example.com URN etd-07262005-142049 Title Integration of the Transportation Systems Analysis Model for the Small Aircraft Transportation System Degree Master of Science Department Civil Engineering Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Trani, Antoino A. Committee Chair Baik, Hojong Committee Co-Chair Rakha, Hesham Ahmed Committee Member Swingle, Howard Committee Member Keywords
- Four Step Model
- Geographic Information Systems
- Graphical User Interface
- Model Integration
Date of Defense 2005-06-20 Availability restricted AbstractStandalone computer modules for county to county travel demand forecasting have been
integrated. The Trip Generation, Trip Distribution and Mode Choice modules have been unified
under one Graphical User Interface (GUI). The outputs are automatically mapped using
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology to allow immediate and spatial analysis. The
integrated model allows for faster running times and quicker analysis of the results. The ability to
calculate travel time savings for travelers was also included to the final model. The modeling
framework developed is known as the Transportation Systems Analysis Model (TSAM).
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