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La performance adaptative des systèmes de transports collectifs.
Modélisation, mesures de vulnérabilité et évaluation quantitative du rôle de l'information des voyageurs dans la régulation des situations perturbées.

Abstract : In a perspective of modal transfer, adaptative performance is an important factor in the development of public transport systems. Tools are therefore necessary to allow estimation of their vulnerability to perturbations, as well as that of the role played by specific actions like passengers' information. The PERTURB model and the simulation platform developed in this research aim to measure the structural and functional vulnerability of public transport, as well as the role played by passengers' information in the regulation of disrupted situations. This study explores three theoretical fields : systems' theory, graphs theory and multi-agents systems. Simulations are used in a field study (the region of Île-de-France) and in theoretical transportation systems. These simulations allow us not only to formulate recommendations regarding transport planning and passengers' information, but they also rise new issues. How can passengers' information be integrated in order to get the optimal management of disrupted situations? Is it possible to deliver clear information while avoiding excessive transfer of passengers' flow at the same time ?
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Julien Coquio. La performance adaptative des systèmes de transports collectifs.
Modélisation, mesures de vulnérabilité et évaluation quantitative du rôle de l'information des voyageurs dans la régulation des situations perturbées.. Géographie. Université François Rabelais - Tours, 2008. Français. ⟨tel-00372265⟩

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