The concept of activity-based mode s was introduced as an a ternative to existing trip-based and tour-based mode s a few decades ago. Potentia y, activity-based mode s are ab e to predict individua s' secondary responses, i.e. reschedu ing of activities, as we as primary responses to changes in transport and and-use systems. In addition, the mode s are sensitive to changes affecting the time budgets of peop e. Litt e is known about the extent to which activity-based mode s come up to this promise. In this paper, we report the resu ts of scenario ana yses conducted to test the sensitivity ana ysis of the activity-based mode A batross. 1.
|Title of host publication||Advanced OR and AI methods in Transportation|
|Editors||M. Kacmarek, J. Zak, M. Kubiak Jaszkiewicz, A.|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
Arentze, T. A., & Timmermans, H. J. P. (2005). The sensitivity of activity-based models of travel demand: results in the case of Albatross. In M. K. J. Z. M. K. Jaszkiewicz, A. (Ed.), Advanced OR and AI methods in Transportation