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
Stephane Hess Limitations and contrasts: re-evaluating the benefits of alternatives to RUM
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
Andrew Daly Is Regret a suitable basis for large-scale travel demand modelling?