Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-13-036 Date: August 2013
The Effective Integration of Analysis, Modeling, and Simulation Tools
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Page Owner: Office of Research, Development, and Technology, Office of Infrastructure, RDT
Topics: research, infrastructure, materials
Keywords: research, infrastructure, materials, Integrated modeling, Travel demand forecasting, Dynamic traffic assignment, Microsimulation, Data hub, Data schema, Analysis, Modeling, Simulation
TRT Terms: research, infrastructure, materials, Technology, Engineering, Materials sciences
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