A continuous time representation and modeling framework for the analysis of nonworker activity-travel patterns: Tour and episode attributes
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This paper presents a set of four econometric models to examine the tour and episode-related attributes (specifically mode choice, activity duration, travel times, and location choice) of the activity-travel patterns of non-workers. The paper is a sequel to an earlier work by the authors [see Bhat and Misra (1)], which presented a comprehensive continuous-time framework for representation and analysis of the activity-travel choices of non-workers. That paper also presented detailed descriptions of the first two components of the modeling framework related to the number and sequence of activity episodes. The current paper estimates the proposed models using activity-travel data from the 1990 San Francisco Bay Area travel diary survey.
At the time of publication R. Misra was at United Technologies Research Center; and C.R. Bhat and S. Srinivasan were at the University of Texas at Austin.