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Neumann, N.M.P. (author), Phillipson, F. (author)
conference paper 2021
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Imants, P. (author), Theeuwes, J. (author), Bronkhorst, A.W. (author), Martens, M.H. (author)
With the arrival of new technologies more en-route traffic information sources have become available, especially in-car information sources. The aim of this study is to gain more insight into the effect of multiple, and possibly conflicting, sources of information on route choice and driver behaviour. In a driving simulator experiment,...
article 2021
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Kural, K. (author), van Kempen, E.A. (author), Kraaijenhagen, B. (author), Asp, T. (author), Aarts, L. (author), Wandel, S. (author)
The evolution of the past decades has shown a constant growth of transport demand and mobility. Nowadays, logistic sector contributes considerably to global CO2 emissions, around 90% of which come from freight transport. A feasible approach that may facilitate the deployment of new generation of green and sustainable road freight vehicles,...
conference paper 2021
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Laan, C.M. (author), Timmer, J. (author), Boucherie, R.J. (author)
This paper introduces non-cooperative games on a network of single server queues with fixed routes.Aplayer has a set of routes available and has to decide which route(s) to use for its customers. Each player’s goal is to minimize the expected sojourn time of its customers. We consider two cases: a continuous strategy space, where each player is...
article 2021
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Los, K.J. (author), Phillipson, F. (author), van Kempen, E.A. (author), Quak, H.J. (author), Stelwagen, W. (author)
conference paper 2020
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Kalicharan, K. (author), Phillipson, F. (author), Sangers, A. (author)
conference paper 2020
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Sijs, J. (author), van Vught, W. (author), Voogd, J. (author)
Autonomous robots that operate in indoor, uncertain environments move around from one location to the next to fulfill a set of ordered task. To do so, they need a floor plan of the building to plan their route. In case the building is unfamiliar to a robot it can employ online mapping techniques, though these techniques are resource intensive...
conference paper 2020
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Hauge, M. (author), Mjelde, T.M. (author), Holtzer, A. (author), Drijver, F. (author), in't Velt, R. (author), Hegland, A.M. (author), Orbekk, E. (author), Barz, C. (author), Kirchhoff, J. (author), Rogge, H. (author)
Combining several mobile networks in order to build a federated network at the tactical edge is a challenge because of the high degree of mobility and limited data capacity available in these networks. Providing the different partners in a coalition with direct connectivity at the tactical edge can be beneficial since it allows for better...
conference paper 2020
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Phillipson, F. (author), de Koff, S.E. (author)
In this paper we present the Dynamic Assignment Vehicle Routing Problem. This problem arises in parcel to vehicle assignment where the destination of the parcels is not known up to the assignment of the parcel to a delivering vehicle. The assignment has to be done immediately without the possibility of re-assignment afterwards. The problem is...
conference paper 2020
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Phillipson, F. (author)
In vehicular ad-hoc networks a path has to be found to send a message from one vehicle to another vehicle. This path has to have a connectivity rate that is high enough to obtain a high probability of arrival of the message. In other approaches, this path is based of current, static information of the distribution of cars. In this paper we...
conference paper 2019
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Phillipson, F. (author), Fouchal, H. (author), van Gulik, K. (author)
In vehicular ad-hoc networks a path has to be found to send a message from one vehicle to another vehicle. This path has to have a connectivity rate that is high enough to obtain a high probability of arrival of the message. In other approaches, the average distance between vehicles on a link of the network is used as metric for connectivity. In...
conference paper 2019
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Kalicharan, K. (author), Phillipson, F. (author), Sangers, A. (author), Juncker, M .de (author)
In logistic problems, an Integral Multi-Commodity Network Design Problem on a time-space network is often used to model the problem of routing transportation means and assigning freight units to those means. In Physical Internet and Synchromodal networks an interactive planning approach is preferable, meaning that calculation times of a single...
conference paper 2019
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Holtzer, A.C.G. (author), in 't Velt, R. (author), Drijver, F.B. (author), Rogge, H. (author), Kirchhoff, J. (author), Barz, C. (author), van Adrichem, N.L.M. (author), Hauge, M. (author)
Interoperability on the lower tactical levels, e.g. in a multinational battalion or team, poses challenges because of the high degree of mobility and limited data capacity at the tactical edge. Enabling such multi-national teams with direct connectivity can be beneficial since it allows the combination of capabilities from multiple nations and...
conference paper 2018
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Nooren, P.A. (author), van Adrichem, N.L.M. (author), D'Acunto, L. (author)
conference paper 2018
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Phillipson, F. (author), Fouchal, H. (author), van Gulik, K. (author)
In vehicular ad-hoc networks a path has to be found to send a message from one vehicle to another vehicle. This path has to have a connectivity rate that is high enough to obtain a high probability of arrival of the message. In other approaches, the average distance between vehicles on a link of the network is used as metric for connectivity. In...
conference paper 2018
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van Gulik, K. (author), Phillipson, F. (author), Fouchal, H. (author)
Vehicular ad-hoc networks are self-organized networks to provide communication between the vehicles. It is challenging to determine a routing protocol for the communication between the vehicles since the vehicles are moving in different speeds and directions, which causes a rapidly changing network topology. Other approaches in literature assign...
conference paper 2018
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Klunder, G.A. (author), Taale, H. (author), Kester, L. (author), Hoogendoorn, S. (author)
This paper describes a study which gives insight into the size of improvement that is possible with individual in-car routing advice based on the actual traffic situation derived from floating car data (FCD). It also gives an idea about the required penetration rate of floating car data needed to achieve a certain degree of improvement. The...
article 2017
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van den Berg, J. (author), Rudinac, S. (author), Worring, M. (author)
The potential of mining tourist information from social multimedia data gives rise to new applications offering much richer impressions of the city. In this paper we propose Scenemash, a system that generates multimodal summaries of multiple alternative routes between locations in a city. To get insight into the geographic areas on the route, we...
conference paper 2016
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Neumann, N.M.P. (author), Phillipson, F. (author)
Connecting points to the nearest point belonging to a set of lines is an interesting problem that arises in many practical problems, especially Infrastructure Design Problems. In this paper an algorithm is presented for this problem. This algorithm is based on enumeration. To test the performance we define and explain several heuristic...
conference paper 2016
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Isufi, E. (author), Dol, H. (author), Leus, G. (author)
Flooding-based protocols are a reliable solution to deliver packets in underwater sensor networks. However, these protocols potentially involve all the nodes in the forwarding process. Thus, the performance and energy efficiency are not optimal. In this work, we propose some advances of a flooding-based protocol with the goal to improve the...
article 2016
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