Peter Vortisch
Peter Vortisch
Professor für Verkehrswesen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
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Microscopic traffic flow simulator VISSIM
M Fellendorf, P Vortisch
Fundamentals of traffic simulation, 63-93, 2010
Validation of the microscopic traffic flow model VISSIM in different real-world situations
M Fellendorf, P Vortisch
transportation research board 80th annual meeting 11, 2001
Enabling efficient and accurate large-scale simulations of VANETs for vehicular traffic management
M Killat, F Schmidt-Eisenlohr, H Hartenstein, C Rössel, P Vortisch, ...
Proceedings of the fourth ACM international workshop on Vehicular ad hoc …, 2007
Comparison of various methods for the calculation of the distance potential field
T Kretz, C Bönisch, P Vortisch
Pedestrian and evacuation dynamics 2008, 335-346, 2010
Microsimulation calibration using speed-flow relationships
S Menneni, C Sun, P Vortisch
Transportation Research Record 2088 (1), 1-9, 2008
Methodology for the Calibration of VISSIM in Mixed Traffic
P Manjunatha, P Vortisch, TV Mathew
Transportation research board 92nd annual meeting 11, 2013
Quickest paths in simulations of pedestrians
T Kretz, A GROßE, S Hengst, L Kautzsch, A Pohlmann, P Vortisch
Advances in Complex Systems 14 (05), 733-759, 2011
Implementation of free-floating and station-based carsharing in an agent-based travel demand model
M Heilig, N Mallig, O Schröder, M Kagerbauer, P Vortisch
Travel Behaviour and Society 12, 151-158, 2018
mobitopp–a modular agent-based travel demand modelling framework
N Mallig, M Kagerbauer, P Vortisch
Procedia Computer Science 19, 854-859, 2013
Pedestrian flow at bottlenecks-validation and calibration of vissim's social force model of pedestrian traffic and its empirical foundations
T Kretz, S Hengst, P Vortisch
arXiv preprint arXiv:0805.1788, 2008
Traffic simulation: case for guidelines
C Antoniou, J Barcelò, M Brackstone, H Celikoglu, B Ciuffo, V Punzo, ...
Publications Office of the European Union, 2014
Potentials of autonomous vehicles in a changing private transportation system–a case study in the Stuttgart region
M Heilig, T Hilgert, N Mallig, M Kagerbauer, P Vortisch
Transportation research procedia 26, 13-21, 2017
Integrated modeling of transport demand, route choice, traffic flow and traffic emissions
M Fellendorf, P Vortisch
79th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 2000
Calibrating VISSIM for the German highway capacity manual
U Leyn, P Vortisch
Transportation Research Record 2483 (1), 74-79, 2015
A dynamic traffic assignment method for planning and telematic applications
M Friedrich, I Hofsäß, K Nökel, P Vortisch
Proceedings of seminar K of the European transport conference 2000, held …, 2000
Integrated microscopic and macroscopic calibration for psychophysical car-following models
S Menneni, C Sun, P Vortisch
Transportation Research Board 88th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2009
Capturing the usage of the German car fleet for a one year period to evaluate the suitability of battery electric vehicles–a model based approach
C Weiss, B Chlond, M Heilig, P Vortisch
Transportation Research Procedia 1 (1), 133-141, 2014
Modeling week activity schedules for travel demand models
T Hilgert, M Heilig, M Kagerbauer, P Vortisch
Transportation Research Record 2666 (1), 69-77, 2017
Modelling the weekly electricity demand caused by electric cars
N Mallig, M Heilig, C Weiss, B Chlond, P Vortisch
Future Generation Computer Systems 64, 140-150, 2016
Hybrid modeling approach of car uses in Germany on basis of empirical data with different granularities
B Chlond, C Weiss, M Heilig, P Vortisch
Transportation Research Record 2412 (1), 67-74, 2014
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