Special Issue "Transport Modelling for Smart Cities"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2019
Dr. Krzysztof Małecki
Faculty of Computer Science, West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin, Poland
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Interests: computer simulation, cellular automata, multi-agent systems, complex systems, modeling and simulation of transport systems and processes; transportation systems modeling
This Special Issue will consist of manuscripts describing the state-of-the-art of transport modeling for smart cities.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- models and methods for the description of transport demand, transport supply, users and their activities, management and control in transport systems, and mobility management;
- models with different details of mapping of transport systems and transport processes, including, among others, microscopic, mesoscopic, and macroscopic models;
- models and methods describing the impact of intelligent transportation system (ITS) services and cooperative intelligent transport system (C-ITS) services on user decisions about mobility;
- models and methods describing user activities, including virtual activities (e.g., telework, online communication), and space–time geography for transportation processes modeling;
- models and methods combining spatial planning and transport planning, including ITS systems and mobility management for facilities in urban areas;
- models and methods of describing activities shaping the sustainable development of the city and sustainable use of transport systems;
- impact of smart transportation systems on the quality of life in smart cities;
- models and methods of planning the transformation of cities functioning at different levels of transport development into a "Smart City";
- traffic flow control with emerging technologies;
- impacts of emerging transportation technologies and services on smart city.
Manuscripts that emphasize either method development or applications are encouraged. Both original papers and review articles are welcome; modeauthors interested in submitting a review article are encouraged to contact the editor in advance to discuss the scope.
Dr. Grzegorz Karoń
Dr. Krzysztof Małecki
Assoc. Prof. Russell Thompson
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Transportation systems in smart cities
- Transport demand modeling
- Transport supply modeling
- Transport users and their activities
- Management and control in transport systems
- Mobility management
- Intelligent transportation systems ITS
- Cooperative intelligent transport systems C-ITS
- Space–time geography for transportation processes modeling
- Spatial planning with transport planning
- Traffic flow
- Traffic control
- Traffic network
- Mobility as a Service
- Connected and automated vehicles
- Active transport
- Safety for vulnerable road users