The Expanding Sphere of Travel Behaviour Research : Selected Papers from the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research.

By: Kitamura, RyuichiContributor(s): Yoshii, Toshio | Yamamoto, ToshiyukiPublisher: Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2009Copyright date: ©2009Description: 1 online resource (955 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781848559370Subject(s): Choice of transportation -- Congresses.;Commuting -- Congresses.;Urban transportation -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Expanding Sphere of Travel Behaviour Research : Selected Papers from the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour ResearchDDC classification: 388 LOC classification: HE336.C5E96 2009Online resources: Click to View
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Front cover -- The Expanding Sphere of Travel Behaviour Research: Selected Papers from the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Preface -- Tribute -- Part 1: Keynote Speeches -- Chapter 1. The Sociabilities of Travel -- Chapter 2. Knowledge Interactions and Travel Behavior -- Reference -- Part 2: Resource and Synthesis Papers -- 2.1 Social Networks and Telecommunications -- Chapter 3. ICT and Social Networks: Towards a Situational Perspective on the Interaction Between Corporeal and Connected Presence -- Introduction -- Social Networks Between Regions and Fluids -- Use of Communication Modes and Services -- Interaction Between Corporeal and Connected Presence in Social Networks -- Interaction Between Connected and Corporeal Presence in Fluids -- Towards a Situational Perspective on Interaction Between Corporeal and Connected Presence -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 4. Connected Anytime: Telecommunications and Activity-Travel Behavior from an Asian Perspective -- Introduction -- ICT Use and Social Interaction in Japan and other Asian Countries -- Progress of Research on Telecommunications and Travel in Japan -- Discussion on Future Research -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 2.2 Behavioral Modification -- Chapter 5. Travel Behavior Modification: Theories, Methods, and Programs -- Introduction -- Conceptual Issues -- Theoretical Perspectives -- Methods of Travel Behavior Modification -- Methods of Evaluation -- Evaluation of Large-Scale Travel Behavior Modification Programs -- Review of Travel Behavior Modification Programs -- Summary and Conclusions -- Acknowledgment -- References -- 2.3 Experimental Approaches -- Chapter 6. Learning from Interactive Experiments: Travel Behavior and Complex System Dynamics -- Why Conduct Experimentsquest.
Activity Simulators and Stated Adaptation -- Early Commuter Behavior Experiments -- ATIS Simulators and Experiments -- Route Choice Games and Experimental Economics -- Prediction Markets -- Concluding Comments -- References -- 2.4 Group Behavior -- Chapter 7. Household Decision Making in Travel Behaviour Analysis -- Introduction -- Household Decisions in Comprehensive Activity-based Models -- Resource Allocation and Usage Decisions -- Task and Time Allocation Decisions -- Joint Activity Participation Decisions and Travel Arrangements -- Prospects -- Recommendations -- References -- Chapter 8. Models of Household Activity and Travel Behavior with Group Decision-Making Mechanisms in Japan -- Introduction -- Development of Household Task and Time Allocation Models -- Development of a Household Activity-Travel Scheduling Model -- Development of Household Discrete Choice Models with Group Decision-Making Mechanisms -- Development of Joint Trip-Making Behavior Model -- Telecommunication and Activity Participation -- Summaries and Future Perspectives -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 2.5 Advances in Data Acquisition -- Chapter 9. Tracking Individual Travel Behaviour Using Mobile Phones: Recent Technological Development -- Introduction -- GPS-Based Travel Survey -- Mobile-Phone-Based Travel Survey -- Methodologies for Processing 'Dot' Data -- Conclusions and Recommendations -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 2.6 Advances in Econometric Methods -- Chapter 10. Selective Developments in Choice Analysis and a Reminder about the Dimensionality of Behavioral Analysis -- Introduction -- Information Processing -- The Stated Choice Setting: In need of Revisionquest -- Stated Choice Experimental Design Strategies -- Conclusions and Future Directions -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 11. Advances in Choice Modeling and Asian Perspectives -- Introduction.
Recent Developments in Econometric Choice Modeling -- Challenges of Choice Modeling in Asia -- Conclusions and Future Studies -- References -- 2.7 Advances in Activity Analysis -- Chapter 12. Challenges and Opportunities in Advancing Activity-Based Approaches for Travel Demand Analysis -- Introduction -- Progress in Activity-Based Analysis -- Challenges and Future Prospects -- References -- Chapter 13. Synthesis Report for the Workshop for Advances in Activity Analysis―Approaches for Advanced Activity Analysis in Japan -- Introduction -- The Development of Technology to collect Activity Diary Data in Japan -- The Approaches of Activity Diary Data Analysis in Japan -- Simulation Approach as Practical Applications of Activity Analysis in Transportation Planning in Japan -- Practical Issues of Activity Analysis in Japan -- References -- 2.8 Integrated Models -- Chapter 14. Integrated Urban Models: Theoretical Prospects -- Introduction -- What is an Integrated Modelquest -- Why Integrated Modelsquest -- Can We Successfully Build Integrated Urban Modelsquest -- Space, Time and Human Activity -- Elements of a Theory of Urban Systems -- Tools for Model Implementation -- What do We Need to Knowquest -- Final Thoughts -- References -- 2.9 Application to Policy Analysis and Planning -- Chapter 15. Application to Policy Analysis and Planning -- Introduction -- Dynamic Planning Practice -- Sustainable and Green Visions -- New Research and Technologies -- The Evolving Paradigm and Some Questions -- References -- Part 3: Workshop Reports -- Chapter 16. Behaviour Under Uncertainty -- Objectives and General Framework -- Debate -- Research Perspectives -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 17. Social Networks and Telecommunications -- Introduction -- What do We knowquest Observations on the Current State of Knowledge.
What do We Want to Knowquest Some Research Questions, and Observations on Data Needs and Methodological Issues -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Workshop Resource Paper: -- Workshop Synthesis Paper: -- Workshop Contributed Papers: -- Other References: -- Chapter 18. Retrospectives and Perspectives on Travel Behavioral Modification Research: A Report of the ''Behavior Modification'' Workshop -- Objective -- Theories for Behavior Modification -- Practical Interventions -- Measurement of Behavioral and Psychological Modification -- Timing of Interventions -- Public Acceptance Issues -- Summary and Concluding Remarks -- References -- Chapter 19. Advances in Data Acquisition -- Introduction -- Challenges in using the New Technology -- Possible Future Directions -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 20. Advances in Activity Analysis -- Introduction -- Discussion -- Comparing Models -- Outlook -- References -- Chapter 21. Group Behavior Modeling -- Introduction -- State of the Art -- Current Developments -- Research Needs -- References -- Chapter 22. Seven Critical Directions for Integrated Land Use-Transport Models -- Introduction -- Framing the Discussion: The Critiques -- Looking Forward: Seven Critical Directions (and Seven Memorable Quotes) -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 23. Application to Policy Analysis and Planning -- Background -- Methodological Issues -- Appraisal and Evaluation -- Outreach -- Future Directions-A Research Agenda -- References -- Chapter 24. Advances in Econometric Methods -- Background and Presentations -- Summary -- Reference -- Part 4: Session Papers -- 4.1 Measurement and Quantification -- Chapter 25. Designing Stated Choice Experiments: State of the Art -- Introduction -- Steps for Creating a Stated Choice Experiment -- Notation -- Full and Fractional Factorial Designs.
Orthogonal Designs -- Efficient Designs -- Advanced Designs -- Discussion -- References -- Chapter 26. Modelling Interdependent Behaviour as a Sequentially Administered Stated Choice Experiment: Analysis of Variable User Charging and Agent Influence in Freight Distribution Chains -- Introduction -- Minimum Information Group Inference -- Empirical Survey -- Empirical Results -- Concluding Remarks and Future Research -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 27. Choice Models Using Matching Data -- Introduction -- SP Data Revisited -- Matching Data in Transport Research: Methodology -- Data -- Estimates1 -- Parameter Equality Between the RP and SP Models -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 4.2 Behavioral Change -- Chapter 28. Location Choice vis-à-vis Transportation: The Case of Recent Home Buyers -- Introduction -- Literature Review and Motivation -- Data Acquisition -- Data Sets and Basic Results -- Model Results -- Conclusions and Extensions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 29. Does the Release from Household Responsibilities lead to More Out-of-home Activitiesquest The Case of hiring Live-in Maids in Hong Kong -- Introduction -- Intrahousehold Activity-Travel Interactions: Literature Review -- Potential Effects of hiring Live-in Maids on Household Heads' Activity-Travel Behavior: Hypothesis -- Modeling the Impacts of Live-in Maids on Out-of-home Activity Patterns of Household Heads -- Conclusions and Discussion -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 30. Role of minority influence on the diffusion of compliance with a demand management measure -- Introduction -- Hypotheses -- General Framework and Main Concepts -- Simulation Model -- Setting Values to the Model's Parameters and Variables -- Simulation Results and Discussion -- Conclusions -- Future Research -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 4.3 Behavior and Values.
Chapter 31. The Influence of Trip Length on Marginal Time and Money Values: An Alternative Explanation.
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Front cover -- The Expanding Sphere of Travel Behaviour Research: Selected Papers from the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Preface -- Tribute -- Part 1: Keynote Speeches -- Chapter 1. The Sociabilities of Travel -- Chapter 2. Knowledge Interactions and Travel Behavior -- Reference -- Part 2: Resource and Synthesis Papers -- 2.1 Social Networks and Telecommunications -- Chapter 3. ICT and Social Networks: Towards a Situational Perspective on the Interaction Between Corporeal and Connected Presence -- Introduction -- Social Networks Between Regions and Fluids -- Use of Communication Modes and Services -- Interaction Between Corporeal and Connected Presence in Social Networks -- Interaction Between Connected and Corporeal Presence in Fluids -- Towards a Situational Perspective on Interaction Between Corporeal and Connected Presence -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 4. Connected Anytime: Telecommunications and Activity-Travel Behavior from an Asian Perspective -- Introduction -- ICT Use and Social Interaction in Japan and other Asian Countries -- Progress of Research on Telecommunications and Travel in Japan -- Discussion on Future Research -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 2.2 Behavioral Modification -- Chapter 5. Travel Behavior Modification: Theories, Methods, and Programs -- Introduction -- Conceptual Issues -- Theoretical Perspectives -- Methods of Travel Behavior Modification -- Methods of Evaluation -- Evaluation of Large-Scale Travel Behavior Modification Programs -- Review of Travel Behavior Modification Programs -- Summary and Conclusions -- Acknowledgment -- References -- 2.3 Experimental Approaches -- Chapter 6. Learning from Interactive Experiments: Travel Behavior and Complex System Dynamics -- Why Conduct Experimentsquest.

Activity Simulators and Stated Adaptation -- Early Commuter Behavior Experiments -- ATIS Simulators and Experiments -- Route Choice Games and Experimental Economics -- Prediction Markets -- Concluding Comments -- References -- 2.4 Group Behavior -- Chapter 7. Household Decision Making in Travel Behaviour Analysis -- Introduction -- Household Decisions in Comprehensive Activity-based Models -- Resource Allocation and Usage Decisions -- Task and Time Allocation Decisions -- Joint Activity Participation Decisions and Travel Arrangements -- Prospects -- Recommendations -- References -- Chapter 8. Models of Household Activity and Travel Behavior with Group Decision-Making Mechanisms in Japan -- Introduction -- Development of Household Task and Time Allocation Models -- Development of a Household Activity-Travel Scheduling Model -- Development of Household Discrete Choice Models with Group Decision-Making Mechanisms -- Development of Joint Trip-Making Behavior Model -- Telecommunication and Activity Participation -- Summaries and Future Perspectives -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 2.5 Advances in Data Acquisition -- Chapter 9. Tracking Individual Travel Behaviour Using Mobile Phones: Recent Technological Development -- Introduction -- GPS-Based Travel Survey -- Mobile-Phone-Based Travel Survey -- Methodologies for Processing 'Dot' Data -- Conclusions and Recommendations -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 2.6 Advances in Econometric Methods -- Chapter 10. Selective Developments in Choice Analysis and a Reminder about the Dimensionality of Behavioral Analysis -- Introduction -- Information Processing -- The Stated Choice Setting: In need of Revisionquest -- Stated Choice Experimental Design Strategies -- Conclusions and Future Directions -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 11. Advances in Choice Modeling and Asian Perspectives -- Introduction.

Recent Developments in Econometric Choice Modeling -- Challenges of Choice Modeling in Asia -- Conclusions and Future Studies -- References -- 2.7 Advances in Activity Analysis -- Chapter 12. Challenges and Opportunities in Advancing Activity-Based Approaches for Travel Demand Analysis -- Introduction -- Progress in Activity-Based Analysis -- Challenges and Future Prospects -- References -- Chapter 13. Synthesis Report for the Workshop for Advances in Activity Analysis―Approaches for Advanced Activity Analysis in Japan -- Introduction -- The Development of Technology to collect Activity Diary Data in Japan -- The Approaches of Activity Diary Data Analysis in Japan -- Simulation Approach as Practical Applications of Activity Analysis in Transportation Planning in Japan -- Practical Issues of Activity Analysis in Japan -- References -- 2.8 Integrated Models -- Chapter 14. Integrated Urban Models: Theoretical Prospects -- Introduction -- What is an Integrated Modelquest -- Why Integrated Modelsquest -- Can We Successfully Build Integrated Urban Modelsquest -- Space, Time and Human Activity -- Elements of a Theory of Urban Systems -- Tools for Model Implementation -- What do We Need to Knowquest -- Final Thoughts -- References -- 2.9 Application to Policy Analysis and Planning -- Chapter 15. Application to Policy Analysis and Planning -- Introduction -- Dynamic Planning Practice -- Sustainable and Green Visions -- New Research and Technologies -- The Evolving Paradigm and Some Questions -- References -- Part 3: Workshop Reports -- Chapter 16. Behaviour Under Uncertainty -- Objectives and General Framework -- Debate -- Research Perspectives -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 17. Social Networks and Telecommunications -- Introduction -- What do We knowquest Observations on the Current State of Knowledge.

What do We Want to Knowquest Some Research Questions, and Observations on Data Needs and Methodological Issues -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Workshop Resource Paper: -- Workshop Synthesis Paper: -- Workshop Contributed Papers: -- Other References: -- Chapter 18. Retrospectives and Perspectives on Travel Behavioral Modification Research: A Report of the ''Behavior Modification'' Workshop -- Objective -- Theories for Behavior Modification -- Practical Interventions -- Measurement of Behavioral and Psychological Modification -- Timing of Interventions -- Public Acceptance Issues -- Summary and Concluding Remarks -- References -- Chapter 19. Advances in Data Acquisition -- Introduction -- Challenges in using the New Technology -- Possible Future Directions -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 20. Advances in Activity Analysis -- Introduction -- Discussion -- Comparing Models -- Outlook -- References -- Chapter 21. Group Behavior Modeling -- Introduction -- State of the Art -- Current Developments -- Research Needs -- References -- Chapter 22. Seven Critical Directions for Integrated Land Use-Transport Models -- Introduction -- Framing the Discussion: The Critiques -- Looking Forward: Seven Critical Directions (and Seven Memorable Quotes) -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 23. Application to Policy Analysis and Planning -- Background -- Methodological Issues -- Appraisal and Evaluation -- Outreach -- Future Directions-A Research Agenda -- References -- Chapter 24. Advances in Econometric Methods -- Background and Presentations -- Summary -- Reference -- Part 4: Session Papers -- 4.1 Measurement and Quantification -- Chapter 25. Designing Stated Choice Experiments: State of the Art -- Introduction -- Steps for Creating a Stated Choice Experiment -- Notation -- Full and Fractional Factorial Designs.

Orthogonal Designs -- Efficient Designs -- Advanced Designs -- Discussion -- References -- Chapter 26. Modelling Interdependent Behaviour as a Sequentially Administered Stated Choice Experiment: Analysis of Variable User Charging and Agent Influence in Freight Distribution Chains -- Introduction -- Minimum Information Group Inference -- Empirical Survey -- Empirical Results -- Concluding Remarks and Future Research -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 27. Choice Models Using Matching Data -- Introduction -- SP Data Revisited -- Matching Data in Transport Research: Methodology -- Data -- Estimates1 -- Parameter Equality Between the RP and SP Models -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 4.2 Behavioral Change -- Chapter 28. Location Choice vis-à-vis Transportation: The Case of Recent Home Buyers -- Introduction -- Literature Review and Motivation -- Data Acquisition -- Data Sets and Basic Results -- Model Results -- Conclusions and Extensions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 29. Does the Release from Household Responsibilities lead to More Out-of-home Activitiesquest The Case of hiring Live-in Maids in Hong Kong -- Introduction -- Intrahousehold Activity-Travel Interactions: Literature Review -- Potential Effects of hiring Live-in Maids on Household Heads' Activity-Travel Behavior: Hypothesis -- Modeling the Impacts of Live-in Maids on Out-of-home Activity Patterns of Household Heads -- Conclusions and Discussion -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 30. Role of minority influence on the diffusion of compliance with a demand management measure -- Introduction -- Hypotheses -- General Framework and Main Concepts -- Simulation Model -- Setting Values to the Model's Parameters and Variables -- Simulation Results and Discussion -- Conclusions -- Future Research -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 4.3 Behavior and Values.

Chapter 31. The Influence of Trip Length on Marginal Time and Money Values: An Alternative Explanation.

Suitable for researchers, and graduate students in the field of transportation and urban planning in general, and in travel behaviour analysis in particular, this volume of the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, held in Kyoto, Japan, in August 2006, examines key issues and emerging trends in the field of travel behaviour.

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