Urban transportation modeling: The discussion continues
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This article is a response to John Polak's article, entitled, ‘A Comment on Supernak's Critique of Transport Modeling,’ published elsewhere in this issue of TRANSPORTATION. It offers necessary clarifications to the issues discussed in an earlier article in this journal (Supernak, 1983). It also responds to the philosophical issues discussed in Polak's article, such as the nature of transport phenomena, and the role, form and methodology of transport modeling.
KeywordsTransportation Clarification Transport Phenomenon Transport Modeling Transportation Modeling
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