• A. Schrijver, A. Alfieri, L. Kroon, R. Groot
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2002). Vol. 2002, 6

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    Railway rolling stock is one of the most significant cost components for operators of passenger trains. The efficient circulation of rolling stock is therefore one of the [...]

  • M. Knaapen, R. Bijker, R. Morelissen, A. Nemeth, S. Hulscher
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2003). Vol. 2003, 7

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    new method is presented for identifying potential pipeline problems, such as hazardous exposures. This method comprises a newly developed sand wave amplitude and migration [...]

  • P. Ruhoff, M. Pedersen
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2002). Vol. 2002, 4

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    Udgivelsesdato: 2002-May This paper describes a way of including entry ramps in the Nagel-Schreckenberg traffic model. The idea is to place what are called shadow cars on [...]

  • O. Gietelink, J. Ploeg, B. Schutter, M. Verhaegen
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2003). Vol. 2003, 5

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    The objective of this project is to develop a methodology for the design, testing, evaluation and implementation of control systems for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems [...]

  • B. Vernimmen, F. Witlox
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2003). Vol. 2003, 4

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    Cet article est consacré à l’analyse du choix modal pour le transport de fret. L’analyse est fondée sur le concept de “coûts logistiques totaux” .Ceci implique [...]

  • O. Karatepe, T. Avci, N. Kozak
    Collection of closed articles in transport research (2003). Vol. 2003, 2

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    This study set out to examine the service quality and customer satisfaction delivered by the national airline company in Northern Cyprus, using a SERVQUAL scale. For this [...]

  • M. Furtado, L. Serio, É. Marques
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2002). Vol. 2002, 5

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    The aeronautical industry has always been known for having high investment costs concerning capital, personnel, time and technology as it engages in the process of developing [...]

  • C. Wei, M. Chung
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2003). Vol. 2003, 3

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    Taiwan is involved in intelligent transportation systems planning, and is now selecting its prior focus areas for investment and development. The high social and economic [...]

  • H. Kim
    Collection of open articles in transport research (2003). Vol. 2003, 2

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    Bus travel in mixed traffic suffers from low speed and unreliability in Seoul. The Seoul Metropolitan Government has implemented a type of bus preferential treatment at most [...]

  • L. JULYK
    Collection of restricted reports in transport research (2002). Vol. 2002, 5

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    This document provides a documented basis for the required design pressure rating and pump pressure capacity of the Hanford Site waste-transfer system in support of the waste [...]

  • B. van den Berg, L. Kroon, M. Salomon, E. Abbink
    Collection of restricted reports in transport research (2002). Vol. 2002, 4

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    For a commercially operating railway company, providing a high level of service for the passengers is of utmost importance. The latter requires a high punctuality of the trains [...]

  • S. Kim, M. Papaefthymiou
    Collection of restricted reports in transport research (2002). Vol. 2002, 3

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    This paper proposes a reconfigurable pipelined multiplier architecture that achieves high performance and very low energy dissipation by adapting its structure to computational [...]

  • G. Devos
    Collection of closed chapters of books in transport research (2003). Vol. 2003, 2

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    Today, ports are more than merely places where ships are loaded and unloaded. Increasingly, customers expect a full package of services. Industry and integrated logistics [...]

  • P. Thiran, A. Nucci, N. Taft, C. Diot, H. Zang
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 97

    Abstract
    In this paper we study an approach to Quality of Service that offers end-users the choice between two classes of service defined according to their level of transmission protection. [...]

  • J. Hair
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 95

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    This paper describes a research project sponsored by the Pipeline Research Council International (PRCI). The objective of the research was to provide designers with hard data [...]

  • G. Roberts, R. Stevens
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 93

    Abstract
    The authors report on efforts within the Federal Aviation Administration to develop a national simulation laboratory (NSL) for the study of advanced concepts in air traffic [...]

  • I. Anagnostakis, J. Clarke
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 92

    Abstract
    The airport runway is a scarce resource that must be shared by different runway operations (arrivals, departures and runway crossings). Given the possible sequences of runway [...]

  • M. Serra, P. Caratozzolo, C. Ocampo, J. Riera
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2003). Vol. 2003, 97

    Abstract
    IEEE Annual Conference on Power Electronics Specialist (PESC), 2003, Acapulco (Mexico) Hybrid Electric Vehicles, HEV, are an attractive opportunity to use new energy sources [...]

  • A. Santiago, H. Chen
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 90

    Abstract
    Intelligent Vehicle/Highway Systems (IVHS) is a multi-year research/demonstration program which aims at improving the vehicle/highway system operation and management techniques [...]

  • T. McCluskey, M. West
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 89

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    We describe a tools environment which automates the validation and maintenance of a requirements model written in many-sorted first order logic. We focus on a translator that [...]

  • W. Manning, B. Collins
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 87

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    It is pointed out that airline deregulation and associated cost factors have increased the operational need for airspace users and providers of the air traffic control (ATC) [...]

  • D. Isaacson, H. Erzberger
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 86

    Abstract
    n algorithm for detecting and analyzing potential enroute conflicts has been designed and implemented within the Center-TRACON Automation System (CTAS). The design uses the [...]

  • G. Fuller, T. Shaver, J. Ely
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 85

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    very recent FCC Final Rule now permits marketing and operation of new products that incorporate Ultrawideband (UWB) technology into handheld devices. Wireless product developers [...]

  • A. Morris, P. Goode
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 84

    Abstract
    The future Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance/Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) System will rely on global satellite navigation, and ground-based and satellite based [...]

  • J. Cusset
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2003). Vol. 2003, 89

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    Proceedings on CD-ROM."br /"Section G. TRANSPORT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.; Environmental problems in Asian cities are more and more subject of international organisations [...]

  • B. Childers, J. Davidson
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 83

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    lication-specific instruction set processor (ASIP) design is a promising technique to meet the performance and cost goals of high-performance systems. ASIPs are especially [...]

  • M. Franklin, T. Pan
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 79

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    Clocked (synchronous) and self-timed (asynchronous) methodologies represent the two principal design approaches associated with timing control and synchronization of digital [...]

  • L. Guo, I. Matta
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 78

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    Internet measurements show that the size distribution of Web-based transactions is usually very skewed; a few large requests constitute most of the total traffic. Motivated [...]

  • P. Vivirito, S. Battiato, M. Guamera, A. Castorina
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2003). Vol. 2003, 78

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    The paper describes a suitable pipeline algorithm that is able to enhance the picture quality of low cost imaging sensors, typically present in consumer devices (i.e. mobile [...]

  • W. Nelson
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 77

    Abstract
    n integrated design environment for human performance and human reliability analysis is under development at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory. Various [...]

  • M. Ballin, J. Hoekstra, D. Wing, G. Lohr
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 76

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    Distributed Air/Ground Traffic Management (DAG-TM) is a concept of future air traffic operations that proposes to distribute information, decision-making authority, and responsibility [...]

  • R. Hansman, D. Delahaye, P. Paimblanc, J. Histon, S. Puechmorel
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 75

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    International audience; This paper presents new concepts to address the air traffic complexity modeling problem. Two new geometrical metrics have been introduced and have [...]

  • T. Pan, C. Chien, P. Prabhu, M. Franklin
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 73

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    In this paper, an asynchronous pipeline instruction simulator, ARAS is presented. With this simulator, one can design selected instruction pipelines and check their performance. [...]

  • J. Alliot, G. Granger, J. Pomeret
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 72

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    International audience; Performance metrics in the air traffic management (ATM) community are becoming a strategic issue, and they are getting more and more attention. However, [...]

  • M. Clement, S. Nielson, Q. Snell, R. Kunz
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 71

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    In today's Internet, demand is increasing for guarantees of speed and efficiency. Current routers are very limited in the type and quantity of observed data they can provide, [...]

  • E. Yetginer, E. Karasan
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 70

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    In this paper we study traffic engineering in Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) networks. We consider off-line computation of disjoint working and restoration paths where [...]

  • G. Daigle, M. Vasudevan, M. Thomas
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 69

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    Simulation of traffic flow is an effective tool for evaluating alternative roadway designs, particularly in congested urban areas. CORSIM, a traffic simulation model with [...]

  • A. Harjanto, S. Nelson, F. Sokkar
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 68

    Abstract
    GPSS model is developed for simulating air traffic flow at a major metropolitan airport. It simulates scheduled and non-scheduled flights and incorporates official airline [...]

  • S. Siewert, G. Nutt, M. Humphrey
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 67

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    This paper presents work-in-progress to build a confidence-based in-kernel pipeline execution performance interface to a fixed priority deadline monotonic scheduler. The interface [...]

  • Å. Ek, R. Akselsson, M. Arvidsson, C. Johansson
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2003). Vol. 2003, 71

    Abstract
    Due to organizational changes in the Swedish air navigation services (ANS), which in extension could impact flight safety, the safety culture (SC), organizational climate [...]

  • V. Ilenda, N. Kleinman, S. Hill
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 66

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    The cost of delay is a serious and increasing problem in the airline industry. Air travel is increasing, and already domestic airports incur thousands of hours of delay daily, [...]

  • A. Bayen, P. Grieder, C. Tomlin
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 65

  • K. Wipke
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 64

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    a partial solution to the problem of increasing foreign petroleum imports, urban congestion, and air pollution from personal automobiles, researchers at the National Renewable [...]

  • H. Taale, H. Zuylen
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2003). Vol. 2003, 69

    Abstract
    In this paper the integrated traffic control and traffic assignment problem is studied. This problem can be considered as a non-cooperative game in which the traffic authority, [...]

  • S. Lust, N. Zulfiqar, D. Carson, J. Hart
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 63

    Abstract
    part of the Alpine development project, Phillips Alaska, Inc. has installed a 305 mm (12-inch) diameter utility line and a 356 mm (14-inch) diameter produced oil line between [...]

  • S. Atkins, D. Walton
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 62

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    many airports, aircraft take off from multiple departure runways. During periods of high departure demand, whether or not the departure runways are balanced directly affects [...]

  • W. Nelson
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 61

    Abstract
    Human errors have been identified as the source of approximately 60% of the incidents and accidents that occur in commercial aviation. It can be assumed that a very large [...]

  • S. Hill, N. Kleinman, V. Ilenda
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 58

    Abstract
    The cost of delay is a serious and increasing problem in the airline industry. Air travel is increasing, and already domestic airports incur thousands of hours of delay daily, [...]

  • C. Coue, T. Fraichard, P. Bessière, E. Mazer
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2003). Vol. 2003, 66

    Abstract
    International audience; A prerequisite to the design of future Advanced Driver Assistance Systems for cars is a sensing system providing all the information required for high-level [...]

  • P. Averty, S. Athenes, A. Dittmar, C. Collet
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 56

    Abstract
    International audience; One way to improve both capacity and safety in air traffic control (ATC) implies to assist the human operator, while he remains in the decision loop. [...]

  • J. Nickel, A. Somani
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 55

    Abstract
    Future reliability of general-purpose processors (GPPs) is threatened by a combination of shrinking transistor size, higher clock rates, reduced supply voltages, and other [...]

  • D. Delahaye, S. Oussedik, M. Schoenauer
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 54

    Abstract
    This paper presents a new air traffic route generator based on genetic algorithms. Due to traffic growth, direct (and near direct) routes are becoming increasingly congested [...]

  • C. Lee, Y. Chiang, J. Klosowski, J. Mitchell
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 52

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    We consider the problems of conflict detection and resolution in air traffic management (ATM) from the perspective of computational geometry and give algorithms for solving [...]

  • B. Nuseibeh, J. Sonander, J. Kramer, J. Magee, D. Bush
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 50

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    This paper reports on a preliminary investigation into applying work on graphic animation of behavioral models to an air traffic control case study-the National Air Traffic [...]

  • K. Puechmorel, D. Delahaye
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 49

    Abstract
    International audience; ATC data exchange is taking on increasing importance in both operational and experimental contexts. The starting point of our work was dealing with [...]

  • S. Sorensen, J. Zarling, J. Smith
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 48

    Abstract
    Over 124,300 heat pipes were installed in vertical support members on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System. During infrared, IR, surveys in the early 1980's it was observed that [...]

  • A. Mitchell, J. Reich, P. Lord, C. Goble, R. Stevens
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 47

    Abstract
    There have been several attempts at addressing the problem of annotating sequence data computationally. Annotation generation can be considered a pipeline of processes: first [...]

  • M. Arvidsson, C. Johansson, Å. Ek, R. Akselsson
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2003). Vol. 2003, 61

    Abstract
    In a joint project – Human Factors in ANS, HUFA - between the Swedish Civil Aviation Administration and Lund University the aim is to find out how a new team-based organization [...]

  • Y. Jung, D. Isaacson
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 46

    Abstract
    traffic management decision support tools have shown the capability to incr ease arrival traffic throughput of congested Terminal Radar Approach Control (TRACON) facilities [...]

  • E. Karasan, E. Yetginer
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 45

    Abstract
    In this paper we study regenerator placement and traffic engineering of restorable paths in Generalized Multipro-tocol Label Switching (GMPLS) networks. Regenerators are necessary [...]

  • S. Nowick, M. Singh
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 44

    Abstract
    new asynchronous pipeline scheme (called LP/sub w/), and two new pipelined asynchronous adder implementations, are introduced for high-throughput applications such as DSPs [...]

  • C. de Launois, O. Bonaventure, M. Lobelle, 4. Services
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2003). Vol. 2003, 58

    Abstract
    Once multihomed, an IPv6 site usually wants to engineer its interdomain traffic. We propose that IPv6 multihomed hosts inquire a so called "Name, Address and ROute System" [...]

  • R. Coffield, K. Sigg
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2003). Vol. 2003, 56

    Abstract
    High Reynolds number test data has recently been reported for both single and multiple piping elbow design configurations at earlier ASME Fluid Engineering Division Conferences. [...]

  • W. Wu, K. Ozbay, P. Kachroo
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 43

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    This paper presents an effort to validate the traffic incident duration estimation model of WAIMSS (wide area incident management support system). Duration estimation model [...]

  • S. Yenson, B. Gottlieb, H. Kleinwaks, S. Puechmorel, J. Histon, D. Delahaye, R. Hansman
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 42

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    International audience; The ability of air traffic controllers to deal with complex situations is a limiting factor in airspace capacity. The underlying airspace structure [...]

  • D. Jones
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 41

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    runway incursion prevention system (RIPS) was evaluated in a full mission simulation study at the NASA Langley Research center in March 2002. RIPS integrates airborne and [...]

  • J. Solé-Pareta, X. Masip-Bruin, S. Sanchez-Lopez, J. Lopez-Mellado, J. Domingo-Pascual
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 40

    Abstract
    Multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) is an advanced forwarding scheme, which allows the network to achieve the traffic engineering (TE) objectives. When two or more MPLS nodes [...]

  • S. Conway, M. Consiglio
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 39

    Abstract
    method to provide automated air traffic separation assurance services during approach to or departure from a non-radar, non-towered airport environment is described. The method [...]

  • J. Evers
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 38

    Abstract
    This study derives from the research programme 'Intelligent Logistic Systems', that has been running within the TRAIL Research School since 1994. The aim of this paper is [...]

  • A. Warren, R. Barhydt
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 37

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    Significant changes to the intent reporting structure in the Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS) for Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) have [...]

  • M. Ballin, J. Sakosky, M. Peters
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 36

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    This paper discusses the current development of an air traffic operations simulation that supports feasibility research for advanced air traffic management concepts. The Air [...]

  • H. Hering, H. M, G. Kubin
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2003). Vol. 2003, 44

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    Controller-pilot very high frequency (VHF) voice communication in air traffic control (ATC) relies on amplitude modulation by a carrier frequency of the transmitted analogue [...]

  • M. Wuennenberg, W. Olson
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 34

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    This paper proposes a process for developing CNS (communication, navigation, and surveillance) human-vehicle interface standards specifically adapted for ROA aircraft. It [...]

  • H. Guo, S. Paramewaran
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 33

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    This paper describes the unrolling of loops with indeterminate loop counts in system level pipelines. Two methods are discussed in this paper. The first method is the varied [...]

  • E. Palmer, T. Callantine, N. Smith, T. Prevot
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 32

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    This paper describes a Distributed Air Ground Traffic Management (DAG-TM) simulation environment created at NASA Ames Research Center for conducting human-in-the-loop evaluations [...]

  • B. Ma, S. Lakshmanan, A. Hero
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 31

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    utomated detection of pavement boundaries is an important enabling technology in intelligent vehicle applications. This paper describes a circular shape model for detecting [...]

  • E. Perelman, B. Calder, T. Sherwood
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 29

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    Modern architecture research relies heavily on detailed pipeline simulation. Simulating the full execution of an industry standard benchmark can take weeks to months to complete. [...]

  • E. Dvorkin, D. DeGeer, R. Toscano, C. Timms
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2003). Vol. 2003, 37

    Abstract
    In the design of ultra-deepwater steel pipelines, it is important to be able to determine the pipe behaviour while subjected to external pressure and bending. In many cases, [...]

  • C. Laqui, Y. Qu
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 27

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    The systems is an integrated aircraft surveillance and communications system which is being implemented by the Federal Aviation Administration for use in air traffic control [...]

  • R. Wiley, T. Keyser
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 26

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    regional transportation system and the movement of large traffic volumes through it, are characteristic of stochastic systems. The standard traffic management or transportation [...]

  • F. Wieland
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 25

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    The Detailed Policy Assessment Tool (DPAT) is a widely used simulation of air traffic control that incorporates advanced technology for user-friendly operation. DPAT computes [...]

  • J. Iii, J. Robinson, D. Isaacson
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 24

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    next-generation air traffic decision support tool, known as the active final approach spacing tool (aFAST), will generate heading, speed and altitude commands to achieve more [...]

  • S. Malsom, B. Sullivan
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 22

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    This paper describes the NASA Ames Research Ce nter's effort to develop a real -time human -in -the -loop Air Traffic Management (ATM) simulation capability that will emulate [...]

  • D. Ward, J. Crump, K. Krishnamurthy, J. Painter, A. Robbins, R. Yu, K. Lee, D. Woo, W. Alcorn, P. Branham, J. Trang, W. Kelly
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 21

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    Increasing air traffic control (ATC) requirements raises the workload of pilots. Required tasks dictate more "head-in-the-cockpit" computation, which can easily distract a [...]

  • D. Millner, L. Schaefer
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 20

    Abstract
    The Detailed Policy Assessment Tool (DPAT) models the propagation of delay throughout a system of airports and sectors. We present a DPAT analysis to show the effects of simulated [...]

  • D. Foyle
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 19

    Abstract
    In view of the ever-increasing air traffic, much attention in air-traffic-management research has been given to improving arrival and departure efficiency. As air traffic [...]

  • C. Unsal, J. Bay, P. Kachroo
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 18

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    We propose an artificial intelligence technique called stochastic learning automata to design an intelligent vehicle path controller. Using the information obtained by on-board [...]

  • T. Daniels
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 17

    Abstract
    In response to recommendations from the National Aviation Weather Program Council, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is working with industry to develop [...]

  • W. Daamen, S. Hoogendoorn
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2003). Vol. 2003, 16

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    To assess the design of walking infrastructure such as transfer stations, shopping malls, sport stadiums, etc., as well as to support planning of timetables for public transit, [...]

  • S. Kachani, G. Perakis
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 15

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    Concerns traffic congestion, especially in intelligent vehicle highway systems (IVHS); addressing such questions as how traffic patterns form and how congestion can be alleviated. [...]

  • D. Gianazza, J. Alliot
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 14

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    International audience; The paper describes two classical tree search algorithms and a genetic algorithm for the Air Traffic Flow Management process that take as input the [...]

  • S. Nandy, A. Lele, B. Raghucharan, K. Kalapriya
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2003). Vol. 2003, 14

    Abstract
    Traffic engineering has been the prime concern for Internet service providers (ISP's), with the main focus being minimization of over-utilization of network capacity even [...]

  • K. Latorella, J. Chamberlain
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 11

    Abstract
    Weather is a significant factor in General Aviation (GA) accidents and fatality rates. Graphical Weather Information Systems (GWISs) for the flight deck are appropriate technologies [...]

  • D. Grove, K. Ozbay, P. Kachroo
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 10

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    This paper presents a feedback control design for isolated ramp metering control. This feedback control design, unlike the existing isolated feedback ramp controllers, also [...]

  • R. Oaks, W. Hughes
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 9

    Abstract
    traffic scenarios based on recorded live data are used for the development and analysis of decision support tools used by air traffic controllers. Frequently these scenarios [...]

  • S. Saidarasamoot, B. Mishra, D. Olson, G. Wang, J. Spencer
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2003). Vol. 2003, 6

    Abstract
    The application of a resistant coating on ships, offshore structures and pipelines is the primary prevention method of corrosion wastage in the marine industries. To guarantee [...]

  • V. Battiste, S. Holland-Bochow, N. Johnson
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 5

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    least 43 major airports in the US have parallel runways that are in very close proximity to each other - less than 4,400 feet apart. During visual meteorological conditions [...]

  • S. Nowick, M. Singh
    Collection of open conferences in research transport (2002). Vol. 2002, 4

    Abstract
    This paper introduces several new asynchronous pipeline designs which offer high throughput as well as low latency. The designs target dynamic datapaths, both dual-rail as [...]

  • J. Galvin
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2002). Vol. 2002, 8

    Abstract
    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is leading a research effort to develop a Small Aircraft Transportation System (SATS) that will expand air transportation [...]

  • C. Kraft
    Collection of open thesis in transport research (2003). Vol. 2003, 7

    Abstract
    This thesis argues that formal liberalization of service sectors is only a necessary but not a sufficient condition for increased competition. Service providers demand and [...]