I. Jeevanantham, Maurice Netter, Sam Yagar, Heinz Beilner, Friedrich Jacobs, Tetsuzo Hoshino, Alan J. Miller, Allan Marcus, Richard E. Allsop, Masaki Koshi, Nathan Gartner, Iwao Okutani, K. J. Noble, R. B. Potts

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Following is the continuation of the list of titles and authors: New Look at the Traffic Assignment Problem. By I. Jeevanantham. Equilibrium and Marginal Cost Pricing on a Road Network with Several Traffic Flow types. By Maurice Netter. Study of the Travel Patterns in a Corridor with Reference to the Assignment Principles of Wardrop. By Sam Yagar. Probabilistic Aspects of Traffic Assignment. By Heinz Beilner and Friedrich Jacobs. Theory of Traffic Assignment to a Road Network. By Tetsuzo Hoshino. Nine Estimators of Gap-Acceptance Parameters. By Alan J. Miller. Theoretical Analysis of Expressway Ramp Merge Controls as Single-Server and Tandem Queues. By Allan Marcus. Sensitivity of Delay at a Fixed Time Traffic Signal to Small Errors in the Observations used for Calculating the Signal Settings. By Richard E. Allsop. On-Line Feedback Control of Offsets for Area Control of Traffic. By Masaki Koshi. Optimal Synchronization of Traffic Signal Networks by Dynamic Programming. By Nathan Gartner. Synchronization of Traffic Signals in a Network for Loss Minimizing Offsets. By Iwao Okutani. Network Flow Model of the Australia-Europe Container Service. By K. J. Noble and R. B. Potts.

Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - 1972


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