Erscheinungsdatum: 16.11.2013, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Truck trip forecasting based on commodity flows and I-O coefficients, Titelzusatz: Statewide truck trip forecasting based on commodity flows and Input-Output coefficients, Autor: Sorratini, José Ap., Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Technik // Sonstiges, Seiten: 192, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 302 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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This is a bundle of three Cooper private detective stories. It includes 201: Dead End, 202: Bad Hair Day, and 203: Two in the Bush. 201: Dead End After two years away from the business, Nick is beginning to regret leaving for his current job at the toy factory. Meanwhile, Matt has taken a case for a woman seeking out information as to what became of her late uncle's estate. During his search for the truth, Matt stumbles upon what turns out to be a serial killer, and the further he digs into the case, the higher the bodies just keep piling up. There's a surprise in store for Lieutenant Kevin Cole as well in this installment of the Cooper Saga. 202: Bad Hair Day Matt is hired by a man to find out if the librarian that this man thinks looks so much like him might really be his father. In order to know for sure, there would have to be a DNA test, but Matt can't just walk up to the stranger and ask him to submit to the test. Instead he sends Veronica into the library to try to collect hair samples from the librarian. Well, it turns out that the librarian is not that other man's father. However, after Matt submits the librarian's DNA to the statewide database, the police are able to match him up with an unsolved rape and murder. All is not as it seems in this cat-and-mouse game that has Veronica looking over her shoulder now. 203: Two in the Bush It's Sunday, and Nick has the day off. He decides to pick up his girlfriend, Kelly, and take her back up to their favorite scenic lookout in the mountains. A truck swings wide around a corner, forcing Nick off the road and down the side of the ravine. He and Kelly are trapped there overnight without cell phone service and very little food. Nick just got a bump on the head, but his feet are wedged under the crumpled front end of his compact car. Kelly's leg is broken, and she has internal injuries. To make matters worse, Nick clipped off a coup 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gregg Rizzo. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/055842/bk_acx0_055842_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Truck trip forecasting based on commodity flows and I-O coefficients ab 68 EURO Statewide truck trip forecasting based on commodity flows and Input-Output coefficients
This work attempts to improve the modeling of statewide truck travel demand models by using commodity flow data from the Census, a private database (TRANSEARCH), and Input-Output (I-O) coefficients. The model developed adapted the four- stage Urban Transportation Planning modeling process to the state level and estimated trips for heavy trucks. Production and attraction rates in tons were derived at the county level using employment for 28 manufacture sectors. Annual tons at the county-level were converted to daily truck trips which were further disaggregated to the Traffic Analysis Zone level using zonal population as the disaggregation factor. An economic-based Input-Output software was used to derive the I-O direct matrix and the I-O direct coefficients at the state level for developing the trip attraction rates. The Commodity Flow Survey from the U.S. Census together with a private database were used to develop the trip production rates. The model developed performed well as a forecasting tool back-forecasted 15 years to the past. It may be used by planners and by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for forecasting and operational applications.
The research effort to develop a base year statewide truck network model for North Carolina was successful. The effort demonstrated an innovative methodology adopted for developing an initial prototype statewide truck network model using available data within a limited time frame. The study described the development and implementation of the North Carolina truck network model. The model estimated North Carolina internal, external and through truck traffic. The model was developed from national truck flow databases including the NHPN and the FAF2 origin-destination annual average daily truck trips data. It was developed using TransCAD software. The methodology adopted for developing the North Carolina truck network model synthesized accepted practices for developing a statewide network model including selecting the traffic analysis zones, choosing the network, and developing the three sequential steps for trip generation, trip distribution and network assignment. The methodology relied on available FAF2 origin-destination synthesized data and typical truck trip generation rates from the Quick Response Freight Manual.
A. JOE STOLE THE TEST. B. TONY STOLE THE TEST. C. NONE OF THE ABOVE. A new statewide test has all the students at Bayport High on edge. Then Joe and his friend Tony find one of the tests in Tony's bookbag. Joe knows Tony didn't steal it, but the assistant principal isn't so understanding: He suspends them both! Joe talks to the truck driver who delivered the tests, as well as the owner of a tutoring service who promises amazing improvements in test scores. Frank checks out who could have put the test in Tony's bag&#8212;a bag just like the one belonging to a star of the hockey team. Joe and Tony are still in the penalty box, but the Hardys are determined to ace this case!