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3 days
Description:

A comprehensive course intended for modellers who will develop, maintain or analyze traffic simulation models with Dynameq 4. Participants will develop a basic understanding of traffic simulation and dynamic user-equilibrium traffic assignment (DTA), and get an in-depth look at new features for developing and visualizing large-scale traffic simulation models. A series of demonstrations and hands-on exercises cover network representation, signal control, data validation, visualization, animation and results interpretation, model calibration and auditing, and sub-area and traversal computations.

Prerequisites:

Previous experience in transportation system modelling and/or traffic engineering is recommended but not required.

Location: Vojkova cesta 65 SI-1000 Ljubljana Slovenia (PNZ offices)

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full day
Description:

Introduction to the Emme Project, database, scenarios, networks and network elements, modes, attributes, partitions and matrices. Get acquainted with the Emme Desktop, including maps, charts and tables, explorers and tools, legends and styles, spatial reference and basemaps.

Prerequisites: None
full day
Description:

Introduction to the Emme Project, database, scenarios, networks and network elements, modes, attributes, partitions and matrices. Get acquainted with the Emme Desktop, including maps, charts and tables, explorers and tools, legends and styles, spatial reference and basemaps.

Prerequisites: None
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full day
Description:

Edit modes, nodes, links, turns and transit lines. Write expressions to manipulate network attributes and matrix values with Calculators. Modify networks and matrices with Modeller tools.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics module or equivalent knowledge.

full day
Description:

Edit modes, nodes, links, turns and transit lines. Write expressions to manipulate network attributes and matrix values with Calculators. Modify networks and matrices with Modeller tools.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics module or equivalent knowledge.

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half day
Description:

Introduction to traffic assignment, including the road network representation for multiclass assignment, the principles of user equilibrium assignment, running a SOLA traffic assignment and displaying results.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics module or equivalent knowledge.

half day
Description:

Introduction to traffic assignment, including the road network representation for multiclass assignment, the principles of user equilibrium assignment, running a SOLA traffic assignment and displaying results.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics module or equivalent knowledge.

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half day
Description:

Introduction to traffic analysis. Validate traffic assignment results against counts and travel times. Display traffic analysis results. Compare results between scenarios. Perform basic path analyses, including path selection, trip-length distribution and select-link analysis.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics and Traffic Assignment modules, or equivalent knowledge.

half day
Description:

Introduction to traffic analysis. Validate traffic assignment results against counts and travel times. Display traffic analysis results. Compare results between scenarios. Perform basic path analyses, including path selection, trip-length distribution and select-link analysis.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics and Traffic Assignment modules, or equivalent knowledge.

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full day
Description:

Deepen your knowledge of private transport modelling with Emme. Gain practical experience with common applications and methods, including ramp-to-ramp tolls, distance-based capped tolls, path-based assignment and analysis, assignment with warm start, stochastic traffic assignment, demand adjustment, identifying the best count locations, subarea extraction and exporting to Dynameq.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics, Traffic Assignment and Traffic Analysis modules, or equivalent knowledge.

full day
Description:

Deepen your knowledge of private transport modelling with Emme. Gain practical experience with common applications and methods, including ramp-to-ramp tolls, distance-based capped tolls, path-based assignment and analysis, assignment with warm start, stochastic traffic assignment, demand adjustment, identifying the best count locations, subarea extraction and exporting to Dynameq.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics, Traffic Assignment and Traffic Analysis modules, or equivalent knowledge.

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half day
Description:

Introduction to transit assignment, including the principles of the optimal strategy and frequency-based transit assignment, trip component times/costs and perception factors, running an extended transit assignment and displaying global results.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics module or equivalent knowledge.

half day
Description:

Introduction to transit assignment, including the principles of the optimal strategy and frequency-based transit assignment, trip component times/costs and perception factors, running an extended transit assignment and displaying global results.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics module or equivalent knowledge.

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half day
Description:

Introduction to transit analysis. Display transit analysis results, including transit line results along itineraries, transit line profiles and accessibility. Compute matrix results, network results, strategy-based analysis, select-line analysis and path-based analysis.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics and Transit Assignment modules, or equivalent knowledge.

half day
Description:

Introduction to transit analysis. Display transit analysis results, including transit line results along itineraries, transit line profiles and accessibility. Compute matrix results, network results, strategy-based analysis, select-line analysis and path-based analysis.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics and Transit Assignment modules, or equivalent knowledge.

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full day
Description:

Deepen your knowledge of public transport modelling with Emme. Gain practical experience with common applications and methods, including variants on optimal strategies, journey levels, fare modelling, traversal analysis, congested transit assignment, stochastic transit assignment and GTFS import.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics, Transit Assignment and Transit Analysis modules, or equivalent knowledge.

full day
Description:

Deepen your knowledge of public transport modelling with Emme. Gain practical experience with common applications and methods, including variants on optimal strategies, journey levels, fare modelling, traversal analysis, congested transit assignment, stochastic transit assignment and GTFS import.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics, Transit Assignment and Transit Analysis modules, or equivalent knowledge.

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full day
Description:

Drag and drop tools, worksheets and reports into the Emme Notebook to create compelling visuals and automated workflows. Customize models with the Emme Modeller API and Python flow control. Monitor model runs and audit models. Examples are presented to illustrate results analyses using the Network API and Matrix API, and to customize reports with the Desktop API. Participants will use basic Python scripting, including libraries, variables, conditions, iterators and dictionaries.

Prerequisites:

Familiarity with Emme Desktop and Emme Modeller. Completion of Python tutorial sections 1-5 or equivalent; sections 6-8 recommended.

full day
Description:

Drag and drop tools, worksheets and reports into the Emme Notebook to create compelling visuals and automated workflows. Customize models with the Emme Modeller API and Python flow control. Monitor model runs and audit models. Examples are presented to illustrate results analyses using the Network API and Matrix API, and to customize reports with the Desktop API. Participants will use basic Python scripting, including libraries, variables, conditions, iterators and dictionaries.

Prerequisites:

Familiarity with Emme Desktop and Emme Modeller. Completion of Python tutorial sections 1-5 or equivalent; sections 6-8 recommended.

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1/2 day (AM)
Description:

Develop your own Modeller tools with customized front ends and logging. Leverage tools from the Emme Standard toolbox, use Emme APIs calls, third-party Python libraries and your own code. Share your tools in toolboxes with open or compiled code.

Prerequisites:

Emme Notebook and Scripting.

1/2 day (AM)
Description:

Develop your own Modeller tools with customized front ends and logging. Leverage tools from the Emme Standard toolbox, use Emme APIs calls, third-party Python libraries and your own code. Share your tools in toolboxes with open or compiled code.

Prerequisites:

Emme Notebook and Scripting.

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3 days
Description:

Learn about Dynameq inputs including vehicle classes/types, network attributes and events, driver behavior parameters such as gap-acceptance and follow-up time, control plans and time-dependent matrices. Gain an understanding of traffic flow principles and the fundamental diagram, generalized cost, dynamic user equilibrium and model convergence. Edit and validate networks, run DTAs, interpret and analyze simulation and path results through a variety of visual displays as well as using expressions, histograms, scatter plots, select-link operations and scenario comparisons.

Prerequisites: None
3 days
Description:

Learn about Dynameq inputs including vehicle classes/types, network attributes and events, driver behavior parameters such as gap-acceptance and follow-up time, control plans and time-dependent matrices. Gain an understanding of traffic flow principles and the fundamental diagram, generalized cost, dynamic user equilibrium and model convergence. Edit and validate networks, run DTAs, interpret and analyze simulation and path results through a variety of visual displays as well as using expressions, histograms, scatter plots, select-link operations and scenario comparisons.

Prerequisites: None
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1/2 day (PM)
Description:

Learn how to modify existing worksheets or create brand new ones to fit your needs by adding/reordering layers, saving predefined expressions, syncing parameters, creating layers with user-defined GUI, using substitutions, defining new parameters and attributes, adding legends and more.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics module or equivalent knowledge.

1/2 day (PM)
Description:

Learn how to modify existing worksheets or create brand new ones to fit your needs by adding/reordering layers, saving predefined expressions, syncing parameters, creating layers with user-defined GUI, using substitutions, defining new parameters and attributes, adding legends and more.

Prerequisites:

The Emme Basics module or equivalent knowledge.


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