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Nicolai Mallig
Nicolai Mallig
Institut für Verkehrswesen, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei kit.edu
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Potentials of autonomous vehicles in a changing private transportation system–a case study in the Stuttgart region
M Heilig, T Hilgert, N Mallig, M Kagerbauer, P Vortisch
Transportation research procedia 26, 13-21, 2017
982017
mobitopp–a modular agent-based travel demand modelling framework
N Mallig, M Kagerbauer, P Vortisch
Procedia Computer Science 19, 854-859, 2013
972013
Implementation of free-floating and station-based carsharing in an agent-based travel demand model
M Heilig, N Mallig, O Schröder, M Kagerbauer, P Vortisch
Travel Behaviour and Society 12, 151-158, 2018
942018
A relational database for bibliometric analysis
N Mallig
Journal of Informetrics 4 (4), 564-580, 2010
742010
Modelling the weekly electricity demand caused by electric cars
N Mallig, M Heilig, C Weiss, B Chlond, P Vortisch
Future Generation Computer Systems 64, 140-150, 2016
362016
Calibrating VISSIM to analyze delay at signalized intersections
HS Buck, N Mallig, P Vortisch
Transportation Research Record 2615 (1), 73-81, 2017
292017
Modeling travel demand over a period of one week: The mobiTopp model
N Mallig, P Vortisch
arXiv preprint arXiv:1707.05050, 2017
262017
Creating an integrated agent-based travel demand model by combining mobiTopp and MATSim
L Briem, N Mallig, P Vortisch
Procedia Computer Science 151, 776-781, 2019
242019
Large-scale application of a combined destination and mode choice model estimated with mixed stated and revealed preference data
M Heilig, N Mallig, T Hilgert, M Kagerbauer, P Vortisch
Transportation Research Record 2669 (1), 31-40, 2017
232017
Multiple-day agent-based modeling approach of station-based and free-floating carsharing
M Heilig, N Mallig, O Schroeder, M Kagerbauer, P Vortisch
Transportation Research Board 94th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2015
232015
Assessing the effects of a growing electric vehicle fleet using a microscopic travel demand model
C Weiss, M Heilig, N Mallig, B Chlond, T Franke, T Schneidereit, ...
European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research 17 (3), 2017
212017
Electric vehicles with range extenders: Evaluating the contribution to the sustainable development of metropolitan regions
J Stark, C Weiß, R Trigui, T Franke, M Baumann, P Jochem, L Brethauer, ...
Journal of Urban Planning and Development 144 (1), 04017023, 2018
172018
Modeling car passenger trips in mobitopp
N Mallig, P Vortisch
Procedia Computer Science 52, 938-943, 2015
172015
Integrating public transport into mobiTopp
L Briem, HS Buck, N Mallig, P Vortisch, B Strasser, D Wagner, T Zündorf
Future generation computer systems 107, 1089-1096, 2020
152020
Modellierung von Variabilitaet und Stabilitaet des Verkehrsverhaltens im Laengsschnitt mithilfe der Multi-Agenten-Simulation mobiTopp/Modelling variability and stability of …
M Kagerbauer, N Mallig, P Vortisch, M Pfeiffer
Straßenverkehrstechnik 59 (6), 2015
152015
Rahmenbedingungen und Potenziale für Ausgründungen aus der Wissenschaft
M Kulicke, M Schleinkofer, N Mallig, J Schönenbrücher, C Heiser
Fraunhofer IRB Verlag, 2008
152008
Efficient traffic assignment for public transit networks
L Briem, S Buck, H Ebhart, N Mallig, B Strasser, P Vortisch, D Wagner, ...
16th International Symposium on Experimental Algorithms (SEA 2017), 2017
142017
Measuring stability of mode choice behavior
N Mallig, P Vortisch
Transportation Research Record 2664 (1), 1-10, 2017
132017
Modelling the weekly electricity demand caused by electric cars
N Mallig, M Heilig, C Weiss, B Chlond, P Vortisch
Procedia Computer Science 52, 444-451, 2015
122015
How much range is required? A model based analysis of potential battery electric vehicle usage
C Weiss, N Mallig, M Heilig, T Schneidereit, T Franke, P Vortisch
Transportation Research Board 95th Annual MeetingTransportation Research Board, 2016
102016
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