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Theuwissen, Eline (author)
In the Netherlands, the bicycle is a popular means of transport. One of the benefits of cycling is improved health due to more physical activity. However, cycling also causes a health burden due to the many cycling accidents in the Netherlands. The share of single bicycle accidents, where no collision with another road user is involved, has...
master thesis 2021
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Allersma, Sjors (author)
High vessel traffic densities, restricted water areas, and low manoeuvrability are common factors that form constraints for the navigating vessels in port areas. While navigating through these areas, vessels get assisted by the Vessel Traffic Service (VTS). VTS operators (VTSO) are monitoring the vessels in ports and provide the navigating...
master thesis 2021
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Gavriilidou, A. (author)
As the title suggests, cyclists are the main topic of this dissertation<br/>and more specifically, their behaviour while they are ‘in motion’. The<br/>term ‘in motion’ is used in the title to represent microscopic operational<br/>cycling behaviour, which is the behaviour of cyclists, treated as individuals<br/>(microscopic level), while they are...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Schneider, F. (author)
Knowledge about the way how the bicycle is used for activity participation is still scarce. This thesis provides empirical insights into typical activity-travel behaviour of cyclists. A special focus is put on the spatial dimension of activity-travelling by bicycle and its determinants. The findings can be used to design more bicycle-friendly...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Gkavra, R. (author)
Travel time is an integral part of all human activities. In transport planning, travel time is one of the most widely used and significant parameters in the design of transport systems. However, people's ability to estimate travel time and time, in general, is limited. The aim of this thesis is to broaden the knowledge on the perception of...
master thesis 2021
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Srinivasan Ravi Kumar, Girish Kumaar (author)
This research investigates the speed behaviour and safety effects on cyclists and mopeds sharing the cyclist T-Intersection with and without the application of a lane marking nudge. Unsignalised cyclist T-Intersection gives rise to more safety-critical instances, which include unsafe braking and evasive maneuvers. It is also found that...
master thesis 2020
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Gong, X. (author)
Using social media data, such as Twitter and Instagram, I identify relevant information, develop data models, estimate and analyse crowds’ characteristics in city events, including demographic and city-role composition, Spatial-temporal distribution, sentiment estimation, Points of Interest preferences, word use, crowd size and density...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Chou, Chen Yen (author)
To intrigue more people to cycle, it is essential to assess the current design of the cycling infrastructure to guarantee the efficiency and safety for the users. A credible simulation of cyclists is helpful to evaluate different designs of infrastructure and point out the problem. A valid simulation model requires proper verification and...
master thesis 2020
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Shu, Y. (author)
Modeling is a promising approach to understand and predict the safety and efficiency of maritime traffic in ports and waterways. Different types of models have been developed over the years. Nevertheless, several important scientific challenges still remain. For instance, few models consider vessel behavior in ports and waterways under the...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Bellsola Olba, X. (author)
Vessel traffic in ports is a key issue due to the high increase in vessel flows that lead to busier waterways. This dissertation presents novel methodologies to assess vessel traffic in ports based on capacity and risk independently and jointly. These methodologies have been applied to case studies using simulation models and AIS data. They...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Sparnaaij, M. (author)
Additional master thesis
student report 2017
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Prins, J.M.W. (author)
master thesis 2017
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Rozema, L.M. (author)
Given the observable characteristics of a passenger in an airport, is it possible to predict their behaviour? This thesis researches the possibilities for finding behavioural classes that can help predict passenger behaviour in a passenger demand forecast (PDF) system that is developed for the European PASSME project. The thesis introduces a...
master thesis 2017
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Campanella, M.C. (author)
How to model and simulate large pedestrian facilities accurately? This dissertation answers this question by analysing current pedestrian models and expanding one. The developed model (Nomad) describes pedestrians as individuals that minimise walking efforts. The model is expanded including behaviours that correspond to activities performed in...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Duives, D.C. (author)
To what extent can we model the movements of pedestrians who walk across a large-scale event terrain? This dissertation answers this question by analysing the operational movement dynamics of pedestrians in crowds at several large music and sport events in the Netherlands and extracting the key crowd movement phenomena. A conceptual model and an...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Wijgergangs, K. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Iliadi, A. (author)
Nowadays, there is an increasing number of large scale events and a growing number of people tend to participate to these events. In general, during large scale events the combination of the lack of sufficient information to support crowd management with the movements of the crowd can create not only problems on the undisturbed movements of...
master thesis 2016
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Schotman, L. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Baelde, F. (author)
People are becoming more mobile and enterprising. They go to events or go shopping, which means they walk and they are not alone. Especially in larger cities or at events it can get very crowded, which is accompanied by risks. To guarantee the safety of pedestrians, crowd management has to be applied. Knowledge about crowd management is...
master thesis 2016
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Galama, I.M. (author)
This master thesis analysed the route choice behaviour at the mass event SAIL Amsterdam 2015. Both stated preference [SP] (online survey) and revealed preference [RP] (GPS-trackers) data was collected, to gain more insight into the behaviour of pedestrians. Attributes of influence on the route choices are researched on the one hand. On the other...
master thesis 2016
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