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  1. Agatz, N.; Bazzan, A. L. C.; Kutadinata, R.; Mattfeld, D. C.; Sester, M.; Winter, S.; Wolfson, O. (2016). Autonomous car and ride sharing: flexible road trains (Vision Paper). Proc. of the 24th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (10).
  2. Ahlbrecht, T.; Dix, J.; Fiekas, N.; Köster, M.; Kraus, P. & Müller, J. P. (2016). An architecture for scalable simulation of systems of cognitive agents. International Journal of Agent-Oriented Software Engineering (IJAOSE)5, 232-265.
  3. Akselrod, M.; Becker, N.; Fidler, M. Lübben, R. (2017, accepted). 4G LTE on the Road – What Impacts Download Speeds Most? Proc. of the IEEE VTC Fall, IEEE, 6 p.
  4. Aschermann, M.; Friedrich, B. & Müller, J. P. (2017a). Towards Fair and Efficient Traffic Flow Coordination Mechanisms for 2+1 Roadways. Proc. of the 20th EURO Working Group on Transportation Meeting (EWGT 2017).
  5. Aschermann, M.; Kraus, P. & Müller, J. P. (2017b). LightJason: A BDI Framework inspired by Jason. Multi-Agent Systems and Agreement Technologies: 14th Europ. Conf., EUMAS 2016 and 4rd Int. Conf., AT 2016, Valencia, Spain, 2016 Springer International Publishing, 58-66.
  6. Axer, S. & Friedrich, B. (2014). Level of service estimation based on low-frequency floating car data. Transportation Research Procedia (3), 1051–1058.
  7. Axer, S. & Friedrich, B. (2016). A Methodology for Signal Timing Estimation Based on Low Frequency Floating Car Data: Analysis of Needed Sample Sizes and Influencing Factors. Transportation Research Procedia (15), 220-232.
  8. Axer, S. & Friedrich, B. (2016). Estimating signal phase and timing for traffic actuated intersections based on low frequency Floating Car Data. IEEE 19th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC 2016).
  9. Axer, S.; Belz, J.; Leske, K.; Friedrich, B.; Hesse, T. & Vollrath, M. (2015). Navigation of blind and visually impaired people - Smartphone-assisted navigation and crossing of signalized intersections using Car2x Communication technologies. International Transportation 67 (1), 48-51.
  10. Axer, S.; Pascucci, F. & Friedrich, B. (2016). Signal timing estimation based on low frequency floating car data. Transportation Research Procedia (25), 1645-1661.
  11. Bao, L. L., Y., Li, W., Tang, Q., & Wei, Y. (2017). Reduction Potential of Greenhouse Gas and Pollutant Emissions from Road Transportation Sector by Various Measures in China. TRB 96th Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers, 19 p.
  12. Barthauer, M. & Friedrich, B. (2014). Evaluation of a Signal State Prediction Algorithm for Car to Infrastructure Applications. Transportation Research Procedia (3), 982–991.
  13. Barthauer, M. & Friedrich, B. (2016). Calibrating a Motorway Segment in SUMO Using Single Vehicle Data. Proc. of the SUMO User Conference 2016: Berichte aus dem DLR-Institut für Verkehrssystemtechnik (30), DLR Berlin, 11-22.
  14. Barthauer, M. & Friedrich, B. (2017). External signal control: Integrating LISA+ into SUMO. Proc. of the SUMO User Conference 2017: Berichte aus dem DLR-Institut für Verkehrssystemtechnik (31), DLR Berlin, 143-152.
  15. Baumeister, D. & Dennisen, S. (2015). Voter Dissatisfaction in Committee Elections (Extended Abstract). Proc. of the 14th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2015), International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, 1707-1708.
  16. Baumeister, D.; Dennisen, S. & Rey, L. (2015). Winner Determination and Manipulation in Minisum and Minimax Committee Elections. Algorithmic Decision Theory, Springer-Verlag, 469-485.
  17. Bock, F. & Di Martino, S. (2017). How many probe vehicles do we need to collect on-street parking information? In: International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (MTITS). IEEE, pp. 538-543.
  18. Bock, F. & Sester, M. (2016). Improving Parking Availability Maps using Information from Nearby Roads. Transportation Research Procedia (19), 207-214.
  19. Bock, F.; Attanasio, Y. & Di Martino, S. (2017a). Spatio-Temporal Road Coverage of Probe Vehicles: A Case Study on Crowd-Sensing of Parking Availability with Taxis. Societal Geo-innovation, Springer International Publishing, 165-184.
  20. Bock, F.; Di Martino, S. & Sester, M. (2016a). What are the potentialities of crowdsourcing for dynamic maps of on-street parking spaces? 9th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on Computational Transportation Science, 19-24.
  21. Bock, F.; Di Martino, S. & Sester, M. (2017). Data-Driven Approaches for Smart Parking. Joint European Conference on Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery in Databases. Springer, Cham.
  22. Bock, F.; Eggert, D. & Sester, M. (2015). On-street Parking Statistics Using LiDAR Mobile Mapping. Proc. of the IEEE 18th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC 2015), 2812-2818.
  23. Bock, F.; Liu, J. & Sester, M. (2016b). Learning On-Street Parking Maps from Position Information of Parked Vehicles. In: Sarjakoski, T.; Santos, M. Y. & Sarjakoski, L. T. (Eds.) Geospatial Data in a Changing World,Springer, 297-314.
  24. Brinkmann, J.; Ulmer, M. & Mattfeld, D. C. (2016). Inventory Routing for Bike Sharing Systems. Transportation Research Procedia (19), 316-327.
  25. Brinkmann, J.; Ulmer, M. W. & Mattfeld, D. C. (2015). Short-term Strategies for Stochastic Inventory Routing in Bike Sharing Systems. Transportation Research Procedia (10), 364–373.
  26. Czioska, P.; Mattfeld, D. C. & Sester, M. (2017). GIS-based Identification and Assessment of Suitable Meeting Point Locations for Ride-Sharing. Transportation Research Procedia (22), 314-324.
  27. Czioska, P.; Thiemann, F.; Sester, M.; Giese, R. & Vogt, H. (2015). An Algorithm to Generate a Simplified Railway Network through Generalization. Photogrammetrie-Fernerkundung-Geoinformation (1), 95-104.
  28. Czioska, P.; Trifunović, A.; Dennisen, S. & Sester, M. (2018)."Location- and time-dependent meeting point recommendations for shared interurban rides". Journal of Location-based services. DOI: 10.1080/17489725.2017.1421779.
  29. Dennisen, S. & Müller, J. P. (2015). Agent-based voting architecture for traffic applications. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence - Proceedings of the 13th German Conference of Multiagent System Technologies (MATES 2015) (9433), Springer-Verlag, 200-217.
  30. Dennisen, S. & Müller, J. P. (2016). Iterative committee elections for collective decision-making in a ride-sharing application. Proc. of the 9th International Workshop on Agents in Traffic and Transport (ATT 2016), CEUR, 1-8.
  31. Di Martino, S.; Bock, F. & Origlia, A. (2017). A 2-Step Approach to Improve Data-driven Parking Availability Predictions, In: Proceedings of the 10th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on Computational Transportation Science. IWCTS '17. ACM, New York, USA.
  32. Fekete, S., Vollrath, M., Huemer, A.K., & Salchow, C. (2015). Interaktionen im Straßenverkehr: Kooperation und Konflikt. In VDI (Hrsg.), Der Fahrer im 21. Jahrhundert (VDI-Berichte, Nr. 2264, pp. 325-337). Düsseldorf: VDI Verlag GmbH.
  33. Fiosina, J. & Fiosins, M. (2014). Resampling based Modelling of Individual Routing Preferences in Distributed Traffic Network. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence 12 (1), 27-53.
  34. Fiosina, J. & Fiosins, M. (2017). Distributed Nonparametric and Semiparametric Regression on SPARK for Big Data Forecasting. Applied Computational Intelligence and Soft Computing, 1-12.
  35. Fiosins, M. (2015). Decentralized Decision-Making about Routing of Unsplittable Vehicle Flows in Stochastic Traffic Networks. International Journal of Imaging and Robotics 15 (1), 113-128.
  36. Fiosins, M.; Friedrich, B.; Görmer, J.; Mattfeld, D. C.; Müller, J. P. & Tchouankem, H. (2016). A Multiagent Approach to Modeling Autonomic Road Transport Systems. In: McCluskey, T. L.; Kotsialos, A.; Müller, J. P.; Klügl, F.; Rana, O. & Schumann, R. (Eds.) Autonomic Road Transport Support Systems,Springer International Publishing, 67-85.
  37. Garrosi, M. T. (2016). Enhanced Intersection-based Perimeter Geo-routing in Urban Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks Proc. of the IEEE VTC Fall, IEEE, 5 p.
  38. Garrosi, M. T.; Kalac, M. & Lorenzen, T. (2017). Geo-routing in Urban Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks: A Literature Review. Proc. of the IEEE ICNC Workshop CNC, IEEE, 7 p.
  39. Garrosi, M. T.; Xiang, X. & Noroozi, M. (2017, accepted). Loop-free Enhanced Intersection-based Perimeter Geo-routing with Carry-and-forward for Urban VANETs. Proc. of the IEEE VTC Fall Workshop on Networked Vehicles for Intelligent Transportation and Smart Grids (NetV), IEEE, 6 p.
  40. Goralzik, A. & Vollrath, M. (2017). The effects of road, driver, and passenger presence on drivers’ choice of speed: a driving simulator study. Transportation Research Procedia (25), 2061-2075.
  41. Goralzik, A. & Vollrath, M. (2017). The effects of road, driver, and passenger presence on drivers’ choice of speed: a driving simulator study. Transportation Research Procedia (25), 2061-2075.
  42. Groß, P.-O.; Ehmke, J.-F.; Haas, I. & Mattfeld, D. C. (2017, accepted). Evaluation of Alternative Paths for Reliable Routing in City Logistics. Transportation Research Procedia.
  43. Groß, P.-O.; Ulmer, M. W.; Ehmke, J. F. & Mattfeld, D. C. (2015). Exploiting Travel Time Information for Reliable Routing in City Logistics. Transportation Research Procedia (10), 652–661.
  44. Haas, I. & Friedrich, B. (2017). Developing a micro-simulation tool for autonomous connected vehicle platoons used in city logistics. Transportation research Procedia 27, pp. 1203-1210.
  45. Huemer, A. K. & Eckhardt-Lieberam, K. (2016). Regelkenntnisse bei deutschen RadfahrerInnen: Online-Befragungen unter Erwachsenen und SchülerInnen. Zeitschrift für Verkehrssicherheit 62 (5), 250-260.
  46. Huemer, A. K.; Nowak, P. & Vollrath, M. (2015). Potentially distracting, common non-driving-activities: What do we know and what do we need to know? In: (Eds.) Trends in Neuroergonomics, 254-255.
  47. Kazazi, J.; Winkler, S. & Vollrath, M. (2015). Accident Prevention through Visual Warnings. How to Design Warnings in Head-Up Display for Older and Younger Drivers. Proc. of the IEEE 18th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC 2015) (18), 1028-1034.
  48. Kazazi, J.; Winkler, S. & Vollrath, M. (2016). The influence of attention allocation and age on intersection accidents. Transportation Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour (43), 1-14.
  49. Köster, F.; Ulmer, M. & Mattfeld, D. C. (2015). Cooperative Traffic Control Management for City Logistic Routing. Transportation Research Procedia (10), 673-682.
  50. Köster, F.; Ulmer, M. & Mattfeld, D. C. (2017). Dynamic Routing: Anticipation of Emission-Sensitive Traffic Management. Transportation Research Procedia (22), 419-429.
  51. Lorenzen, T. & Garrosi, M. T. (2016). Achieving Global Fairness at Urban Intersections using Cooperative DSRC Congestion Control. Proc. of the ACM MobiCom Workshop on Connected and Automated Vehicle Mobility (CarSys), ACM, 52-59.
  52. Lorenzen, T. & Tchouankem, H. (2015). Evaluation of an Awareness Control Algorithm for VANETs based on ETSI EN 302 637-2 V1.3.2. Proc. of the IEEE ICC Workshop on Dependable Vehicular Communications (DVC), IEEE, 2458-2464.
  53. Lorenzen, T. (2016). Experimental Analysis of the Channel Busy Time in Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks. Proc. of the IEEE ICCCN, IEEE, 9 p.
  54. Lorenzen, T. (2016). Performance Analysis of the Functional Interaction of Awareness Control and DCC in VANETs. Proc. of the IEEE VTC Fall, IEEE, 7 p.
  55. Lorenzen, T. (2017, accepted). SWeRC: Self-Weighted Semi Cooperative DSRC Congestion Control based on LIMERIC. Proc. of the IEEE VTC Fall, 7 p.
  56. Neumann Saavedra, B. A.; Crainic, T. G.; Gendron, B.; Mattfeld, D. C. & Römer, M. (2016). Service network design for bike sharing systems with resource constraints. In: (Eds.) International Conference on Computational Logistics Springer International Publishing, 352-366.
  57. Neumann Saavedra, B. A.; Vogel, P. & Mattfeld, D. C. (2015). Anticipatory service network design of bike sharing systems. Transportation Research Procedia (10), 355-363.
  58. Pascucci, F.; Rinke, N.; Schiermeyer, C.; Friedrich, B. & Berkhahn, V. (2015). Modeling of Shared Space with Multi-modal Traffic Using a Multi-layer Social Force Approach. Transportation Research Procedia (10), 316-326.
  59. Pascucci, F.; Vogt, S. & Friedrich, B. (2017). Measuring the quality of traffic flow on urban streets with high pedestrian crossing demand. Proc. of the 20th EURO Working Group on Transportation Meeting (EWGT 2017).
  60. Ringhand, M. & Vollrath, M. (2017). Investigating urban route choice as a conflict between waiting at traffic lights and additional travel time. Transportation Research Procedia (25), 2432-2444.
  61. Ringhand, M. & Vollrath, M. (2018, accepted). Make this detour and be unselfish! Influencing urban route choice by explaining traffic management. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour.
  62. Rinke, N.; Schiermeyer, C.; Pascucci, F.; Berkhahn, V. & Friedrich, B. (2017). A Multi-Layer Social Force Approach to Model Interactions in Shared Spaces Using Collision Prediction. Proc. of the Transportation Research Procedia (25), 1249-1267.
  63. Rybarsch, M.; Aschermann, M.; Bock, F.; Goralzik, A.; Köster, F.; Ringhand, M. & Trifunović, A. (2017, accepted).Cooperative Parking Search: Reducing Travel Time by Information Exchange Among Searching Vehicles. Proc. of the IEEE 20th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC).
  64. Schiermeyer, C.; Pascucci, F.; Rinke, N.; Berkhahn, V. & Friedrich, B. (2016). A Genetic Algorithm Approach for the Calibration of a Social Force Based Model for Shared Space. Proc. of the 8th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics.
  65. Schiermeyer, C.; Pascucci, F.; Rinke, N.; Berkhahn, V. & Friedrich, B. (2017). MODIS – Ein Simulationsmodell zur Bewertung von Verkehrsflächen nach dem Shared-Space-Gestaltungsprinzip. Bauingenieur 7/8-2017, 341-346.
  66. Semrau, M.; Erdmann, J.; Friedrich, B. & Waldmann, R. (2016). Simulation framework for testing ADAS in Chinese traffic situations. Proc. of the SUMO User Conference 2016: Berichte aus dem DLR-Institut für Verkehrssystemtechnik (30), DLR Berlin, 103-115.
  67. Semrau, M.; Erdmann, J.; Rieken, J. & Friedrich, B. (2017). Modelling and calibrating situation adaptive lane changing and merging behavior on Chinese elevated roads. Proc. of the SUMO User Conference 2017: Berichte aus dem DLR-Institut für Verkehrssystemtechnik (31), DLR Berlin, 15-28.
  68. Sester, M.; Feuerhake, U.; Kuntzsch, C. & Zourlidou, S. (2015). Interpretation of Moving Point Trajectories. Photogrammetric Week 15, Stuttgart, Germany, Wichmann/VDE Verlag, Berlin & Offenbach, 329-342.
  69. Tang, Q.& Friedrich, B. (2016a). Minimization of Travel Time in Signalized Networks by Prohibiting Left Turns. Proc. of the Transportation Research Procedia (14), 3446-3455.
  70. Tang, Q. (2016c). Lane-Based Optimization of Signal Timing Including Left Turn Prohibition in Communication Scenarios. Proc. of the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), 2016 IEEE 19th International Conference, 2071-2076.
  71. Tchouankem, H. & Lorenzen, T. (2015). Measurement-based Evaluation of Interference in Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks at Urban Intersections. Proc. of the IEEE ICC Workshop on Dependable Vehicular Communications (DVC), IEEE, 2381-2386.
  72. Tchouankem, H. (2016). Characterization of Intersection Topologies in Urban Areas for Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication. Proc. of the IEEE VTC Fall, IEEE, 5 p.
  73. Tchouankem, H.; Zinchenko, T. & Schumacher, H. (2015). Impact of Buildings on Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication at Urban Intersections. Proc. of the IEEE CCNC, IEEE, 206-212.
  74. Ulmer, M. W.; Brinkmann, J. & Mattfeld, D. C. (2015). Anticipatory Planning for Courier, Express and Parcel Services. In: Dethloff, J.; Haasis, H.-D.; Kopfer, H.; Kotzab, H. & Schönberger, J. (Eds.) Logistics Management,Springer International Publishing, 313-324.
  75. Ulmer, M.; Mattfeld, D. C. & Köster, F. (2017). Budgeting Time for Dynamic Vehicle Routing with Stochastic Customer Requests. Transportation Science.
  76. Vogel, P.; Neumann Saavedra, B. A. & Mattfeld, D. C. (2014). A hybrid metaheuristic to solve the resource allocation problem in bike sharing systems. In: (Eds.) International Workshop on Hybrid Metaheuristics,Springer, Cham, 16-29.
  77. Vogel, P.; Neumann Saavedra, B. A. & Mattfeld, D. C. (2015). A Hybrid Metaheuristic to Solve the Resource Allocation Problem in Bike Sharing Systems. In: Blesa, M. J.; Blum, C. & Voß, S. (Eds.) Hybrid Metaheuristics. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 8457,Springer International Publishing, 16-29.
  78. Vollrath, M.; Huemer, A. K.; Teller, C.; Likhacheva, A. & Fricke, J. (2016). Do German drivers use their smartphone safely? – Not really! Accident Analysis and Prevention 96, 29-38.
  79. Winkler, S.; Kazazi, J. & Vollrath, M. (2015). Distractive or Supportive – How Warnings in the Head-Up Display Affect Drivers’ Gaze and Driving Behavior. Proc. of the IEEE 18th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC 2015) (18), 1035-1040.
  80. Winkler, S.; Powelleit, M.; Kazazi, J.; Vollrath, M.; Krautter, W.; Korthauer, A.; Drüke, J.; Töpfer, D.; Semmler, C. & Bendewald, L. (2017). HMI strategy – Warnings and interventions. In: Bengler, K., Hoffmann, S., Manstetten, D., Neukum, A., & Drüke, J. (Hrsg.) (Eds.) UR:BAN Human Factors in Traffic. Approaches for Safe, Efficient and Stressfree Urban Traffic. Wiesbaden, Springer, 75-103
  81. Winkler, S.; Wernecke, J. & Vollrath, M. (2016). Timing of early warning stages in a multi stage collision warning system: Drivers’ evaluation depending on situational influences. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 36, 57-68.
  82. Zinchenko, T.; Tchouankem, H. & Wolf, L. (2014). Reliability of Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication at Urban Intersections. Proc. of the IEEE Nets4Cars Fall, IEEE, 7-11, Best Paper Award.
  83. Zourlidou, S. & Sester, M. (2015). Road regulation sensing with in-vehicle sensors. In: Comber, L.; Bucher, B. & Ivanovic, S. (Eds.) Proc. of the 3rd AGILE PhD School. Champs sur Marne, France, published at http://ceur-ws.org.
  84. Zourlidou, S. & Sester, M. (2015). Towards regulation-aware navigation: a behavior-based mapping approach. Proc. of the 18th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science (AGILE 2015).
  85. Zourlidou, S. & Sester, M. (2016). Intersection Detection based on Qualitative Spatial Reasoning on Stopping Point Clusters. Proc. of the International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) (XLI-B2), 269-276

 

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