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  1. Der Westbalkan zwischen Russland und der EU 

    Bieri, Matthias (2017)
    CSS Policy Briefs
    Report
  2. Graue Energie von Hallendächern 

    Beck, Alexander; Patt, Bruno (2013)
    Report
  3. Arbeitsgruppe Archive der privaten Wirtschaft (APW) 

    Nerlich, Daniel (2017)
    Jahresbericht des Vereins Schweizerischer Archivarinnen und Archivare (VSA)
    Report
  4. Befragung zu Open Access an der ETH Zürich - Gesamtbericht 

    Institut für Arbeitsforschung und Organisationsberatung (iafob) (2017)
    Report
  5. Digital Urban Simulation 

    Geiser, Yves; Wu, Chao; Blaha, Maros; et al. (2016)
    Report
  6. Digital Urban Simulation 

    Kragskov, Daniel R.; Kenning, Jack; Zimmerman, Nicolas; et al. (2017)
    Report
  7. Digital Urban Simulation 

    Morkoç, Nima; Basile, Diem; Genova, Gianluca; et al. (2017)
    Report
  8. Creative Data Mining 

    Panzeri, Andrea; Jacomella, Marco; Joss, Ricardo; et al. (2016)
    Report
  9. Digital Urban Simulation 

    Mercado, Alberto O.; Meuche, Alexandra; Chevrier, Alice; et al. (2016)
    Report
  10. Creative Data Mining 

    Wang, Biyu; Liu, Jiani; Kenning, Jack; et al. (2017)
    Report
  11. Pacific Alliance Countries: Policy Framework Report on Vocational Education and Training 

    Renold, Ursula; Caves, Katherine M.; Kemper, Johanna; et al. (2017)
    KOF Studies
    Report
  12. Creative Data Mining 

    Wang, Biyu; Liu, Jiani; Kenning, Jack; et al. (2017)
    Report
  13. The Economic Cost of Carbon Abatement with Renewable Energy Policies 

    Abrell, Jan; Kosch, Mirjam; Rausch, Sebastian (2017)
    Working paper / CER-ETH
    This paper exploits the randomness and exogeneity of weather conditions to identify the economic cost of decarbonization through renewable energy (RE) support policies. We find that both the aggregate cost and the distribution of cost between energy producers and consumers vary significantly depending on which type of RE technology is promoted—reflecting substantial heterogeneity in production cost, temporal availability of natural ...
    Working Paper
  14. Semi-Flexible Majority Rules for Public Good Provision 

    Gersbach, Hans; Tejada, Oriol (2017)
    Working paper / CER-ETH
    We introduce a two-stage, multiple-round voting procedure where the thresholds needed for approval require a qualified majority and vary with the proposal on the table. We apply such a procedure to instances of public-good provision where the citizens’ valuations can take two values and are private. We show that the procedure elicits and aggregates the information about the valuations and implements the utilitarian optimal public good ...
    Working Paper
  15. Using a realistic social network to improve leisure destination choice simulation 

    Dubernet, Thibaut (2017)
    Arbeitsberichte Verkehrs- und Raumplanung
    In developed countries, in the last years, a continuous increase of the share of trips that are performed for leisure purposes could be observed. Various data sources further indicate that the most important motivation behind out-of-home leisure activities is social contact. On the other side, leisure remains very hard to model in simulation models, mainly because it depends highly on characteristics that are difficult to observe, such ...
    Working Paper
  16. Free Surface Water Flows - Modeling, Simulation and Control 

    Glattfelder, Adolf Hermann (2017)
    Upstream and downstream channels are the key subsystems for the design of level/ flow control loops in run-of-river hydropower plants. Their dynamic response is notoriously complex, exhibiting low frequency resonance with weak damping, travelling waves, both sub- and supercritical flow, hydraulic jumps, etc. Part one of this report provides mathematical models derived from the basic physical conservation laws of mass and momentum (Reynolds ...
    Report
  17. Comparing short- and long-term values of travel time savings derived from a joint modelling framework 

    Dubernet, Ilka; Dubernet, Thibaut; Axhausen, Kay W. (2017)
    Arbeitsberichte Verkehrs- und Raumplanung
    The value of travel time is an important element of cost-benefit analysis for appraisal of trans- portation project, by encapsulating the willingness to pay of the population for improvements in the transport system. Those values are typically obtained from mobility choice data, in the form of revealed or stated preference surveys. Although short term decisions, such as route and mode choice, are typically used for this purpose, a growing ...
    Working Paper
  18. Mean speed prediction with endogenous volume and spatial autocorrelation: A Swiss case study 

    Sarlas, Georgios; Axhausen, Kay W. (2017)
    Arbeitsberichte Verkehrs- und Raumplanung
    In the present paper a modeling approach to address the issue of mean speed prediction on a large scale network is presented. Methodologically, we exploit the family of spatial regression models to treat both for the spatial dependence and the endogeneity aspect between speed and volume. The estimation of the model takes place by means of a 2-step instrumental variables- generalized method of moments estimator, allowing us to obtain ...
    Working Paper
  19. Towards the integration of aerial transportation in urban settings 

    Balac, Milos; Vetrella, Amedeo R.; Axhausen, Kay W. (2017)
    Arbeitsberichte Verkehrs- und Raumplanung
    The idea of flying has always fascinated mankind. A century ago it became a reality when in 1914 the first commercial flight was offered. In recent times, many entities are planning, developing and testing aerial vehicles and systems that will move goods and people in urban scenarios. Consequently, the need to develop appropriate planning tools for this kind of transportation is needed. This paper presents some of the important research ...
    Working Paper
  20. Introducing a re-sampling methodology for the estimation of empirical macroscopic fundamental diagrams 

    Ambühl, Lukas; Loder, Allister; Bliemer, Michiel C.J.; et al. (2017)
    Arbeitsberichte Verkehrs- und Raumplanung
    The uncertainty in the estimation of the macroscopic fundamental diagram (MFD) under real- world traffic conditions and urban dynamics, might result in an inaccurate estimation of the MFD parameters - especially if congestion is rarely observed network-wide. For example, if the observed data does not exhibit a distinct congested branch, it is hard to determine the network capacity and critical density. Similarly, as the data normally comes ...
    Working Paper

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