Calibration and validation of quick response forecasting parameters for cities in rural counties in South Carolina
Wayne A. Sarasua, Veretta J. Saab, South Carolina State University. University Transportation Center, University Transportation Centers Program (U.S.)
University Transportation Center, South Carolina State University - Transportation - 13 pages
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