RRM Symposium 2016, Delft, The Netherlands
On September 13 2016 Caspar Chorus and I organised a symposium on RRM modelling
The title of the symposium is:
Random Regret Minimisation for travel behaviour research: State-of-the-art and the road ahead
Click here to go to the symposium programme.
Lijm & Cultuur, Delft.
Click on the presentations to download the presentations of our speakers
Caspar Chorus RRM – A short history of nearly everything
Harry Timmermans Incorporating psycho-physical mapping into random regret choice mode
(and click here for the associated paper)
Michel Bierlaire Incorporating advanced behavioral models in integer optimization
Gerard De Jong The Dutch national transport model: past-present-future
Sander Van Cranenburgh On the development of the Regret-based Dutch national transport model
Thijs Dekker Welfare economics in RRM