Cone fields and the cone projection method of designing signal settings and prices for transportation networks

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Cone fields and the cone projection method of designing signal settings and prices for transportation networks. / Battye, A; Clune, Arthur J; Smith, Mike; Xiang, Y.

TRANSPORTATION PLANNING: STATE OF THE ART. ed. / M Patriksson; M Labbe. Vol. 64 DORDRECHT : Springer, 2002. p. 197-211 (Applied Optimization).

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Battye, A, Clune, AJ, Smith, M & Xiang, Y 2002, Cone fields and the cone projection method of designing signal settings and prices for transportation networks. in M Patriksson & M Labbe (eds), TRANSPORTATION PLANNING: STATE OF THE ART. vol. 64, Applied Optimization, Springer, DORDRECHT, pp. 197-211, 6th Meeting of the EURO-Working-Group-on-Transportation, GOTHENBURG, 9/09/98. https://doi.org/10.1007/0-306-48220-7_12

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Battye, A., Clune, A. J., Smith, M., & Xiang, Y. (2002). Cone fields and the cone projection method of designing signal settings and prices for transportation networks. In M. Patriksson, & M. Labbe (Eds.), TRANSPORTATION PLANNING: STATE OF THE ART (Vol. 64, pp. 197-211). (Applied Optimization). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/0-306-48220-7_12

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Battye A, Clune AJ, Smith M, Xiang Y. Cone fields and the cone projection method of designing signal settings and prices for transportation networks. In Patriksson M, Labbe M, editors, TRANSPORTATION PLANNING: STATE OF THE ART. Vol. 64. DORDRECHT: Springer. 2002. p. 197-211. (Applied Optimization). https://doi.org/10.1007/0-306-48220-7_12

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Battye, A ; Clune, Arthur J ; Smith, Mike ; Xiang, Y. / Cone fields and the cone projection method of designing signal settings and prices for transportation networks. TRANSPORTATION PLANNING: STATE OF THE ART. editor / M Patriksson ; M Labbe. Vol. 64 DORDRECHT : Springer, 2002. pp. 197-211 (Applied Optimization).

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