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Reliability analysis of origin-destination surveys and determination of optimal sample size
|Statement||by Arun Chatterjee, and Gary G. Makowski and Kumares C. Sinha.|
|Contributions||Makowski, Gary G. (jt. author), Sinha, Kumares Chandra (jt. author), United States. Urban Mass Transportation Administration|
|LC Classifications||HE370 C49|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 30 p.|
|Number of Pages||30|
Michael Patriksson Professor in applied mathematics at Chalmers University of Technology and PhD student in logistics Göteborg, Sverige Fler än kontakter Fler än kontakter. Poster Presentations Poster presentations will be scheduled in two sessions held after lunch on Monday and Tuesday. Dessert will be served at the same time as the presentations. The poster presentations will be the only event on the program during these times so that all conference participants can attend the session. Monday afternoon | Exhibit [ ].
Sampling: fundamentals, distributions, sampling theory, sample size determination. Testing of. Hypothesis: procedure, parametric tests –z-test, t-test, chi-square test, F-test. Private and Public Behavior analysis, Transportation demand Surveys, Delineation of the urban area, zoning, Origin-Destination Studies, Home Interviews, trip. Solution and sensitivity analysis The optimal solution of the model and data described in the previous sections could be given in a table, but it is more clearly presented as a picture. The.
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A high-quality Origin-Destination (OD) matrix is a fundamental prerequisite for any serious transport system analysis. However, it is not always easy to obtain it because OD surveys are expensive. Optimal designs, with stratum boundaries that minimize either the CV of the simple expansion estimator for a fixed sample size n or the n value for a fixed CV can be constructed.
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The reliability of the results of an O-D survey depends on its sampling scheme and sample size, and this issue was examined by Makowski, Chatterjee and Sinha ().
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For example, dual-frame telephone surveys can be used to combine landline and cellular phone numbers, with optimal allocation of sample to each frame (Lohr and Brick ), but the mode of data collection (telephone) is consistent across devices (landline and cell phones).
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