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Lao, L. (author), van Wee, B. (author), Ashraf, I. (author), van Someren, J. (author), Khammassi, N. (author), Bertels, K.L.M. (author), Almudever, Carmen G. (author)
Quantum error correction (QEC) and fault-tolerant (FT) mechanisms are essential for reliable quantum computing. However, QEC considerably increases the computation size up to four orders of magnitude. Moreover, FT implementation has specific requirements on qubit layouts, causing both resource and time overhead. Reducing spatial-temporal costs...
journal article 2019
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Milakis, D. (author), Van Arem, B. (author), Van Wee, B. (author)
Most papers published so far focus on traffic implications of automated driving, while papers that focus more on wider impacts do not present a respective conceptualization. This paper aims to fill this gap by proposing a conceptualization of policy and society related implications of automated driving inspired by the ripple effect model.
conference paper 2015
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Mouter, N. (author), Annema, J.A. (author), Van Wee, B. (author)
In the Netherlands a guideline for carrying out a CBA for infrastructure projects (the so-called OEI-manual) was constructed in the year 2000. Since then a CBA in line with the OEI-manual became compulsory in the decision making process for all large infrastructure national projects. The aim of this research is to define the main problems in the...
conference paper 2011
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Cantarelli, C.C. (author), Flyvbjerg, B. (author), Molin, E.J.E. (author), Van Wee, B. (author)
Managing large-scale transportation infrastructure projects is difficult due to frequent misinformation about the costs which results in large cost overruns that often threaten the overall project viability. This paper investigates the explanations for cost overruns that are given in the literature. Overall, four categories of explanations can...
journal article 2010
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Van Wee, B. (author), Chorus, C. (author)
Over the past two decades many papers are published in the area of ICTs impact on travel behaviour. Literature focusing on the impacts of ICT on accessibility is relatively scarce. In this paper we give an overview of impacts of ICT on four components of accessibility as distinguished by Geurs and Van Wee (2004): (1) the land-use component, (2)...
conference paper 2009
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Van Wee, B. (author)
In the last decade the importance of attitude-related residential self-selection has frequently been recognized. In addition people can theoretically self select them with respect to other location choices, such as job locations, with respect to travel behavior, or with respect to the exposure to transport externalities such as noise and...
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Nijland, H. (author), Van Wee, B. (author)
In many European countries, the impact of new road and railroad infrastructure is assessed by performing a cost-benefit analysis, monetising as many relevant effects as possible. Considering that noise is a major external effect of traffic, this paper will systematically review the guidelines for monetising noise in different European countries....
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Kroesen, M. (author), Molin, E.J.E. (author), Van Wee, B. (author)
Previous research has stressed the relevance of nonacoustical factors in the perception of aircraft noise. However, it is largely empirically driven and lacks a sound theoretical basis. In this paper, a theoretical model which explains noise annoyance based on the psychological stress theory is empirically tested. The model is estimated by...
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Flyvbjerg, B. (author), Bruzelius, N. (author), Van Wee, B. (author)
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Melkert, J. (author), Van Wee, B. (author)
Since the year 2000 the Netherlands are using a new guideline for assessing the costs and benefits of transport systems. This guideline has been used several times now to assess transport systems using existing transport modes like trains. This paper reports on the first time this guideline was used to assess an innovative transport concept, the...
conference paper 2007
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Chorus, C.G. (author), Molin, E.J.E. (author), Van Wee, B. (author)
This paper aims to provide insights that help transport academics and policy makers appreciate the potentials and limitations of information provision as a means to changing car-drivers’ travel choices. The focus is on a modal shift from private car to public transport and changes in car-drivers’ choices for departure times and routes towards a...
journal article 2006
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Van Wee, B. (author)
report 2006
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Van Wee, B. (author)
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Van Wee, B. (author), Groenendijk, J.M. (author), Verroen, E.J. (author)
journal article 2006
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Nijland, H. (author), Van Wee, B. (author)
report 2006
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Geurs, K.T. (author), Van Wee, B. (author)
Despite the wide array of academic research, the impacts of compact urban development are not very well understood. What is lacking are, firstly, the insights into how a region or country would have appeared under policy regimes other than those realised and, secondly, a broad evaluation of relevant land-use, transport, accessibility and related...
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Maat, K. (author), Van Wee, B. (author), Stead, D. (author)
journal article 2005
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Van Wee, B. (author), Maat, K. (author)
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Van Wee, B. (author), Van der Knaap, R. (author)
journal article 2004
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Van Wee, B. (author), Geurs, K. (author)
journal article 2004
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