Integrating pedestrian-habitat models and network kernel density estimations to measure street pedestrian suitability

Abstract Pedestrian-oriented urban designs are sustainable from a mobility perspective, and could therefore be used to improve urban environments. This study proposes an analogy between the ecological idea of habitat and the pedestrian urban environment and introduces the concept of “pedestrian habitat quality”. We present a methodology based on this concept to measure pedestrian habitat suitability in an urban street…

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Social Media and Open Data to Quantify the Effects of Noise on Health

Last september Frontiers in Sustainable Cities published this article, written by César Asensio and Guillermo de Arcas from the I2A2 – Grupo de Instrumentación y Acústica Aplicada research group and other authors from different universities. El pasado septiembre se publicó en la revista Frontiers in Sustainable Cities el siguiente artículo, escrito por César Asensio y Guillermo de Arcas del Grupo…

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Competing for congestible goods: experimental evidence on parking choice. Pereda, Ozaita, Stavrakakis, Sanchez (2020).
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Competing for congestible goods: experimental evidence on parking choice. Pereda, Ozaita, Stavrakakis, Sanchez (2020).

Last november Scientific Reports published this article, written by María Pereda from the Ingeniería de Organización y Logística (IOL) research group and other authors from different universities. You can also find a related article in the COMSOTEC blog. El pasado noviembre se publicó en la revista Scientific Reports el siguiente artículo, escrito por María Pereda del grupo de Investigación Ingeniería…

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Generación de Jupyter Notebooks y mejoras en la visualización de resultados en el tratamiento de datos relacionados con la movilidad en transporte público de personas mayores en la Comunidad de Madrid

This senior thesis, deposited on July 2020, was written by Miguel Ángel Riaño Sánchez and supervised by Oscar Corcho from the Ontology Engineering Group (OEG) Este Trabajo Fin de Grado (TFG), depositado en Julio de 2020, ha sido realizado por Miguel Ángel Riaño Sánchez y tutorizado por Oscar Corcho del Ontology Engineering Group (OEG), Miembro de MoviTUR. Abstract Nowadays senior…

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Data-Driven Analysis of Bicycle Sharing Systems as Public Transport Systems Based on a Trip Index Classification

Last August this article, written by researchers from the Group of Biometrics, Biosignals, Security & Smart Mobility (GB2S) and Transport Research Centre (TRANSyT) (both MoviTUR members) was published by Sensors Journal in its Special Issue Intelligent Transportation Related Complex Systems and Sensors. You can find more information below or visiting the GB2S website. El pasado agosto se publicó en el…

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GTFS-Madrid-Bench: A benchmark for virtual knowledge graph access in the transport domain

Researchers from the Ontology Engineering Group (OEG) (member of the MoviTUR Cluster) have written an article to be published in December 2020 in the Journal of Web Semantics Volume 65. This publication is related to BigData & Intelligent Transportation Systems and Traffic & Public Transport Management cluster's research lines. You can find the abstract and a link to the full…

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