8th Symposium of the European Association for Research in Transportation (hEART 2019) was held in Budapest, Hungary, from 4-6 September 2019. Our group contributed with six interesting presentations. Check out below for more details.
Garrido M., S. H., Borysov, S. S., Pereira, F. C., Rich, J.
Deep generative models for combined population and job synthesis
Servizi, V., Pereira, F. C., Nielsen, O. A.
A deep learning and data fusion approach towards an off-line stop detection method for smartphone-based travel surveys
Rich, J., Flotterod, G., Garrido M., S. H., Pereira, F. C.
Review of population synthesis methodologies
Dastjerdi, A. M., Hess, S., Pereira, F. C.
Discovering causal structure from attitudinal data: what motivates people to use mobility-management travel apps
Duran, D., Wulfhorst, G., Pereira, F. C.
Spatial factors influencing bikesharing usage: a “mobility culture” approach
Borysov, S. S., Rich, J.
Identifying “slow” and “fast” movers in a travel preference space: application of a synthetic pseudopanel approach