Giulio E Cantarella, Chiara Fiori and Lorenzo Mussone
November 15, 2023
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Dynamics and Stochasticity in Transportation Systems Part II: Equations and Examples goes beyond theory and mathematical models to give readers a practical understanding of dynamic and stochastic assignment modeling approaches in transportation systems. After an introduction in Chapter One, following chapters present recent advances, reviews of contents of the corresponding chapters in Giulio Cantarella’s previous book, discussions on numerical examples, comprehensive summaries, and final remarks. Readers will appreciate the fully discussed numerical examples, applications to real cases, review of recent developments and other materials not easily available in the literature, including long proofs. This book bridges mathematical theory with operational needs in a way that no current book does with practical, real-world cases and examples. Academics, researchers, and instructors as well as professionals, practitioners, and consultants will find this a valuable resource for solving network equilibrium problems in transportation systems analysis.
Digital Forensic Processing and Procedures: Meeting the Requirements of ISO 17020, ISO 17025, ISO 27001 and Best Practice Requirements, Second Edition provides a one-stop shop for a set of procedures that meet international best practices and standards for handling digital evidence during its complete lifecycle. The book includes procedures, forms and software, providing anyone who handles digital evidence with a guide to proper procedures throughout chain of custody--from incident response straight through to analysis in the lab. This book addresses the whole lifecycle of digital evidence.
The Marketing of Academic, National and Public Libraries Worldwide: Marketing, Branding, Community Engagement enables readers to learn about the most up-to-date trends, as well as hands-on practices and marketing tactics taken directly from 48 highly seasoned marketing and community engagement librarians around the world, namely in Africa, Australia, Canada, Croatia, Germany, Hong Kong, Latvia and Qatar. Via a series of in-depth and semi-structured interviews, this book provides insights into successful marketing strategies librarians can use to encourage donors and patrons to understand that their libraries are a great choice for fulfilling information needs, recreational interests, intellectual pursuits, and more.
Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Sangho Choo and Veronique Van Acker
October 23, 2023
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Wider Transport and Land Use Impacts of COVID-19, Part Two: Volume Twelve in the Advances in Transport Policy and Planning series, highlights advances in the field, with this new volume presenting chapters on valuable topics such as the Impact of COVID-19 on teleworking, Retail after COVID: Impacts on accessibility, Equity implications of older adults' mobility in South Asia in the aftermath of COVID-19: A conceptual framework and literature review, COVID-19 and public transport response and challenges, Outlining the window of opportunity for the low carbon transition in transport: A review of impacts on walking practices in the COVID-19 pandemic, and much more.Additional sections cover the Impact of COVID-19 on micromobility, Examining the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on ride-sourcing services: Findings from a literature review and case study, COVID-19 and long-distance travel, and much many policy and planning considerations.
Planning and Operation of Container Terminals provides methodologies to optimize the design of container handling systems. The book offers various optimization models and details how to apply the models. In addition, it captures key points of academic research to provide a thorough and up-to-date guide on this rapidly changing field. Sections cover various aspects of terminal operation and propose key issues for their optimization. In addition, the relationships among various operational problems are described, along with tactics for the efficient utilization of resources. Students and professionals alike will find this a useful resource for getting up-to-speed in this dynamic field. The efficiency of a container terminal highly depends on the design of handling systems and operation methods of the terminal. In recent decades, the development of ports has become large-scale, modern and automatic, so it is necessary to learn about the design and operation of modern ports quickly and to understand the research hotspots, research frontiers and research status in the current field, as well as the use and innovation of research methods.
Advances in Virus Research, Volume 117, the latest release in a series that highlights new advances in the field, includes invaluable updates written by an international board of authors. Chapters in this new release include Pathogenesis of neuroinvasive flaviviruses, Cellular entry and egress of astroviruses, Rift Valley Fever virus entry and infection, and more.
The Renewable Energy-Water-Environment Nexus: Fundamentals, Technology, and Policy explores the connections between renewable energy, water, and the environment, along with their integration in the context of awareness, technologies, challenges, opportunities, and solutions. The book introduces different renewable energy technologies, including the importance of their development, use for a sustainable future, and their interrelationships. In-depth chapters then examine specific sub-relationships, focusing on renewable energy and water, renewable energy and the environment, and water and the environment. Available methods and tools for analyzing the renewable energy-water-environment nexus, including life cycle assessment of renewable energy systems are also covered. The last section of the book highlights key technologies and opportunities in the nexus, considering areas such as innovative cooling systems for thermoelectric plants to reduce or eliminate the use of water for cooling, reduction of water use in biofuels production, sea waves for desalination, grid management, energy storage systems, and hydrogen technologies, examining the integration of renewable energy, water, and environment-related policies, and discussing the application of artificial intelligence and nanotechnology techniques.
Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Sangho Choo and Veronique Van Acker
August 22, 2023
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COVID-19: Implications for Policy and Planning, Volume Eleven in the Advances in Transport Policy and Planning series, highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on valuable topics such as the Impact of COVID-19 on teleworking, Retail after COVID: Impacts on accessibility, Equity implications of older adults' mobility in South Asia in the aftermath of COVID-19: A conceptual framework and literature review, COVID-19 and public transport response and challenges, Outlining the window of opportunity for the low carbon transition in transport: A review of impacts on walking practices in the COVID-19 pandemic, and much more. Additional sections cover the Impact of COVID-19 on micromobility, Examining the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on ride-sourcing services: Findings from a literature review and case study, COVID-19 and long-distance travel, and much many policy and planning considerations.
Emotional AI and Human-AI Interactions in Social Networking makes readers aware of recent progress in this integrated discipline. Filling the existing vacuum in research in artificial intelligence with the application of social science, this book provides in-depth knowledge of human-AI interactions with social networking and increased use of the internet. Chapters integrating Emotional Artificial Intelligence, examining behavioral interventions, compassion, education, and healthcare, as well as social cognitive networking, including social brain networks, play a pivotal role in enhancing interdisciplinary studies in the field of social neuroscience and Emotional AI. This volume is a must for those wanting to dive into this exciting field of social neuroscience AI.
Urban High-Technology Zones offers essential planning insights for our increasingly high-tech economy and society, looking at the role the built environment plays, the policy factors that contribute to their formation and growth, quality-of-life impacts of high tech clusters on their surrounding communities, and economic geography. Using a combination of advanced geospatial data-driven techniques with evidence-based insights, the book provides quantitative measures on high tech cluster’s social, environmental and economic impacts. While findings are from drawn cities in the US, the book’s spatial analyses, methodology, research conclusions and literature reviews are generalizable to cities around the world. Users will find numerous insights and guidance on the role high-tech clusters play in how cities reach their economic growth and social equity goals, making it a useful resource for academic research and policy guidance.