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Including joint trips in a multi-agent transport simulation
Among the simulation approaches, the activity-based approach is used increasingly in operational models. It allows both to focus on individual behavioural rules, and to model behaviour at a much finer level than more aggregated approaches. A behaviour that one can and should model is the joint travel behaviour: the fact that several individuals may travel in the same private vehicle. An appropriate modeling of such a behaviour is important both for detailed simulations of households behaviourdoi:10.3929/ethz-a-007328841 fatcat:4cfmaxrzprhqlhbrvmgccfv2oq