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THEORY AND EVALUATION

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Objectives

  • The theory behind traffic modeling
  • Model merging & weaving area
  • Model a signalized intersection
  • Evaluation and results of simulation

Wednesday 9th October 2019  & Thursday 10th October 2019

Between 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Location: H‐907, 1455 Boulevard de Maisonneuve O, Montréal, QC H3G 1M8

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Maximum Capacity of attendance is limited to 42 spots

Registration is mandatory for attendance

Description
Simulation works with the defined relationship among variables in models. Simulation modeling provides an important method of analysis from the design phase, calibration and validation to solves real‐world problems safely and efficiently. Simulation methods represent a low cost, secure and fast analysis tools to handle complex analysis.
Creating a simulation model allows students to change the variables of the model and evaluate all aspects of the project.
Presenting a most potent application in microsimulation for transportation engineering
and the theory behind it, equip students with fundamental knowledge of microscopic simulation models. It is the best preparation not only to develop research projects but also to join the job market in transportation engineering.

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