Dynamic OD transit matrix estimation: formulation and model-building environment
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The aim of this paper is to provide a detailed description of a framework for the estimation of time-sliced origin-destination (OD) trip matrices in a transit network using counts and travel time data of Bluetooth Smartphone devices carried by passengers at equipped transit-stops. A Kalman filtering formulation defined by the authors has been included in the application. The definition of the input for building the space-state model is linked to network scenarios modeled with the transportation planning platform EMME. The transit assignment framework is optimal strategy-based, which determines the subset of paths related to the optimal strategies between all OD pairs
CitationMontero, L.; Codina, E.; Barcelo, J. Dynamic OD transit matrix estimation: formulation and model-building environment. A: "Progress in systems engineering : proceedings of the Twenty-Third International Conference on Systems Engineering". Berlín: Springer, 2015, p. 347-353.