AbstractOn the one hand, we describe the theory that support the concept of a constant daily travel-energy budget rather than a travel-time budget and show that energy concepts allow us to know the human travel behaviour. On the other hand, we analyze the Belgian data to try to confirm or to show up the weakness of this theory.
|Date of Award||2004|
|Supervisor||Philippe Toint (Supervisor), Éric Cornelis (Co-Supervisor) & Jean-Paul Hubert (Jury)|
Budget énergie et déplacements: application aux données belges
Gobeaux, C. (Author). 2004
Student thesis: Master types › Master in Mathematics