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Conference Interdisciplinary Conference on Production, Logistics and Traffic (2nd : 2015 : Dortmund, Germany)
Title Commercial transport : proceedings of the 2nd Interdiciplinary Conference on Production, Logistics and Traffic 2015 / Uwe Clausen, Hanno Friedrich, Carina Thaller, Christiane Geiger, editor.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2016.
2016

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Series Lecture notes in logistics
Lecture notes in logistics.
Subject Business logistics -- Congresses.
Physical distribution of goods -- Management -- Congresses.
Production engineering -- Congresses.
Alt Name Clausen, Uwe,
Friech, Hanno,
Thaller, Carina,
Geiger, Christiane,
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary This contributed volume contains the selected and reviewed papers of the 2nd Interdisciplinary Conference on Production, Logistics and Traffic (ICPLT) 2015, Dortmund, Germany. The topical focus lies on economic, ecological and societal issues related to commercial transport. The authors are international experts and the paper collection presents the state-of-the-art in the field, thus making this book a valuable read for both practitioners and researchers.
Contents Foreword; Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Editors; Part I Modelling of Freight TransportConsidering Logistics, Productionand Society; 1 Redeveloping the Strategic Flemish Freight Transport Model; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Model Description; 1.3 Mode and Vehicle Type Choice; 1.3.1 Model Specification; 1.3.2 Data on Transport Flows and Costs; 1.3.3 Deterministic Road Transport Model; 1.3.4 Estimation Results; 1.3.5 Time and Cost Elasticities; 1.4 Time Period Choice; 1.5 Conclusion; Appendix; References; 2 Building a Model of Freight Generation with a Commodity Flow Survey; 2.1 Introduction.
2.2 Presentation of the Data2.3 Analysis of the Explanatory Variables; 2.3.1 Methodology; 2.3.2 Results; 2.4 Generation Models; 2.4.1 Models with Quantitative Explanatory Variables; 2.4.2 Models with Quantitative and Qualitative Explanatory Variables; 2.4.3 Simple Models; 2.5 Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; 3 Freight Transport Demand Modelling; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Methodology; 3.2.1 Classification Versus Typology; 3.2.2 Development of the Typological Order and Selection of State of the Art Models; 3.3 Typology of Characteristics of Freight Transport Demand Models.
3.4 Overview and Characterization of Selected Freight Transport Demand Models3.5 Conclusion and Outlook; References; 4 System Dynamics Based, Microscopic Freight Transport Simulation for Urban Areas; 4.1 Motivation; 4.2 Methodological Objectives and Research Questions; 4.3 State of the Art; 4.3.1 System Dynamics Modelling; 4.3.2 Freight Transport Demand Modelling; 4.3.3 Assessing the State of the Art; 4.4 Methodological Procedure; 4.5 The Methodogical Approach; 4.6 Conclusions and Outlook; Acknowledgments; References.
5 Analysing the Connection Between Gross Value Added of Industries and Freight Transport Demand -- The Merit of Supply and Use Tables in the Identification of Relevant Economic Activities for Freight Transport Demand5.1 Introduction; 5.2 An Indicator for Freight Generation Based on Weighted GVA; 5.2.1 Outline of the Methodology; 5.2.2 Correlation with Freight Generation; 5.3 The Merits of Supply and Use Tables for Freight Generation Modelling; 5.3.1 Supply and Use Tables in National Accounts; 5.3.2 Deriving Relevant Industries for Freight Transport from Supply and Use Tables.
5.4 Dynamics in Industry Weights and GVA5.5 Comparison of Use, Supply and Core Industry Based Indicators; 5.6 Robustness of the Indicator Regarding the Assignment of Products (CPA) to Commodities (NST/R); 5.7 Conclusions; Chap5; Annex; References; 6 Requirements for Traffic and Transport Models; 6.1 Introduction and Motivation; 6.1.1 Initial Situation and Problem; 6.1.2 Commercial Transport and Its Modelling; 6.1.3 Works of the Group 1.8.4 of the German Road and Transportation Research Association (FGSV e.V.); 6.2 Requirements for Traffic Models; 6.2.1 General Requirements.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed July 21, 2015).
ISBN 9783319212661 (electronic bk.)
3319212664 (electronic bk.)
3319212656 (print)
9783319212654 (print)
9783319212654
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-21266-1
OCLC # 914165969
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783319212654