2019 JSCE Conference (Spring Conference)


The 59th JSCE (2019 Spring Conference) was held at Meijo University in Nagoya, Japan. Mr. Shiroma (M2) from our laboratory gave a presentation.

In his presentation, entitled “Time value distribution estimation using multiple data: an empirical analysis of expressway users in the Tokyo metropolitan area,” Mr. Shiroma developed a discrete choice model that explicitly incorporates multiple survey (RP, SP) data and detailed inter-individual heterogeneity to estimate time value distributions that differ depending on the situation in which each individual is placed. The model was applied to the other conditions. During the Q&A session, he received comments from various professors from various universities and companies on the applicability of the model under other conditions and the validity of the time value itself. Thanks all who asked questions. (Kawai)



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