Urban and Regional Transportation Modeling: Essays in Honor of David Boyce
Der-Horng Lee, David E. Boyce
E. Elgar, Jan 1, 2004 - Transportation - 398 pages
Honoring David Boyce for his legendary contributions to the fields of transportation modeling and regional science, the chapters in this festschrift highlight and analyze state-of-the-art and state-of-the-practice methodologies and theories in transportation modeling, regional and urban planning. Authors from academia and industry, all experts in planning, engineering, management, economics and related disciplines, provide important new contributions to this wide-ranging literature, as well as extensions of David Boyce's seminal work. This volume goes well beyond the traditional festschrift and stands as an important reference tool in its own right. Academics, researchers and students will find this comprehensive volume a valuable additional to their library.
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Hani S. Mahmassani
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