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Chorus, C.G. (author), Liebe, Ulf (author), Meyerhoff, Jürgen (author)
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Chorus, C.G. (author), van Cranenburgh, S. (author), Daniel, A.M. (author), Sandorf, Erlend Dancke (author), Sobhani, Anae (author), Szép, T. (author)
Theories of decision-making are routinely based on the notion that decision-makers choose alternatives which align with their underlying preferences—and hence that their preferences can be inferred from their choices. In some situations, however, a decision-maker may wish to hide his or her preferences from an onlooker. This paper argues that...
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Martins Martinho Bessa, A.C. (author), Herber, Nils (author), Kroesen, M. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
The onset of autonomous driving has provided fertile ground for discussions about ethics in recent years. These discussions are heavily documented in the scientific literature and have mainly revolved around extreme traffic situations depicted as moral dilemmas, i.e. situations in which the autonomous vehicle (AV) is required to make a...
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Martins Martinho Bessa, A.C. (author), Kroesen, M. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
As AI Systems become increasingly autonomous, they are expected to engage in decision-making processes that have moral implications. In this research we integrate theoretical and empirical lines of thought to address the matters of moral reasoning and moral uncertainty in AI Systems. We reconceptualize the metanormative framework for decision...
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de Haas, M.C. (author), Kroesen, M. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author), Hoogendoorn-Lanser, S. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
In recent years, the e-bike has become increasingly popular in many European countries. With higher speeds and less effort needed, the e-bike is a promising mode of transport to many, and it is considered a good alternative for certain car trips by policy-makers and planners. A major limitation of many studies that investigate such...
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Pudane, B. (author), van Cranenburgh, S. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
Fully Automated Vehicles (AVs) have been widely expected to revolutionise the future travel experience. Recent studies have shown that their impact may also reach beyond the travel episode, and lead their users to alter other activities performed during the day – their daily lifestyles. This study is among the first to empirically investigate...
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Wolbertus, R. (author), van den Hoed, Robert (author), Kroesen, M. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
On the eve of the large-scale introduction of electric vehicles, policy makers have to decide on how to organise a significant growth in charging infrastructure to meet demand. There is uncertainty about which charging deployment tactic to follow. The main issue is how many of charging stations, of which type, should be installed and where....
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de Metz, Jesse (author), Thoral, Patrick J. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author), Elbers, Paul W.G. (author), van den Bogaard, Bas (author)
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Geržinic, N. (author), van Cranenburgh, S. (author), Cats, O. (author), Lancsar, Emily (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
Since the introduction of Discrete Choice Analysis, countless efforts have been made to enhance the efficiency of data collection through choice experiments and to improve the behavioural realism of choice models. One example development in data collection are best-worst discrete choice experiments (BWDCE), which have the benefit of obtaining...
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Alwosheel, A.S.A. (author), van Cranenburgh, S. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) are rapidly gaining popularity in transportation research in general and travel demand analysis in particular. While ANNs typically outperform conventional methods in terms of predictive performance, they suffer from limited explainability. That is, it is very difficult to assess whether or not particular...
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van den Broek-Altenburg, Eline (author), Gramling, Robert (author), Gothard, Kelly (author), Kroesen, M. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
Background: High quality serious illness communication requires good understanding of patients’ values and beliefs for their treatment at end of life. Natural Language Processing (NLP) offers a reliable and scalable method for measuring and analyzing value- and belief-related features of conversations in the natural clinical setting. We use a...
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de Haas, M.C. (author), Kroesen, M. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author), Hoogendoorn-Lanser, S. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
Introduction: It has been estimated that physical inactivity accounts for roughly 10% of premature mortality globally in any given year. Active travel (walking and cycling) has been promoted as an effective means to stimulate physical activity. However, many of the available studies on the relation between active travel and health are based...
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Tang, T. (author), Ghorbani, A. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
In the field of opinion dynamics, the hiding of opinions is routinely modeled as staying silent. However, staying silent is not always feasible. In situations where opinions are indirectly expressed by one’s observable actions, people may however try to hide their opinions via a more complex and intelligent strategy called obfuscation, which...
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Martins Martinho Bessa, A.C. (author), Kroesen, M. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is moving towards the health space. It is generally acknowledged that, while there is great promise in the implementation of AI technologies in healthcare, it also raises important ethical issues. In this study we surveyed medical doctors based in The Netherlands, Portugal, and the U.S. from a diverse mix of medical...
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van den Berg, T.G.C. (author), Kroesen, M. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
Risky and aggressive driving is an important cause of traffic casualties and as such a major health and cost problem to society. Given the consequences for others, risky and aggressive driving has a clear moral component. Surprisingly, however, there has been little research on the relation between morality and risky and aggressive driving...
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Kroesen, M. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
Psychological factors are generally thought to play an important role in the prediction of individual variations in travel behavior and travel related choices. To assess their effects in statistical models, three assumptions are typically made, namely: (1) the psychological factors influence behavior/choices and not vice versa, (2)...
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Huang, B. (author), van Cranenburgh, S. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
Although Automated vehicles (AVs) are expected to have a major and positive effect on road safety, recent accidents caused by AVs tend to generate a powerful negative impact on the public opinion regarding safety aspects of AVs. Triggered by such incidents, many experts and policy makers now believe that paradoxically, safety perceptions may...
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Wong, Stephen D. (author), Pel, A.J. (author), Shaheen, Susan A. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author)
This paper analyzes the observed decision-making behavior of a sample of individuals impacted by Hurricane Irma in 2017 (n = 645) by applying advanced methods based in discrete choice theory. Our first contribution is identifying population segments with distinct behavior by constructing a latent class choice model for the choice whether to...
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Chorus, C.G. (author), Sandorf, Erlend Dancke (author), Mouter, N. (author)
We report and interpret preferences of a sample of the Dutch adult population for different strategies to end the so-called 'intelligent lockdown' which their government had put in place in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Using a discrete choice experiment, we invited participants to make a series of choices between policy scenarios aimed...
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Wong, S.D. (author), Chorus, C.G. (author), Shaheen, Susan A. (author), Walker, Joan L. (author)
Regret is often experienced for difficult, important, and accountable choices. Consequently, we hypothesize that random regret minimization (RRM) may better describe evacuation behavior than traditional random utility maximization (RUM). However, in many travel related contexts, such as evacuation departure timing, specifying choice sets can...
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