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De introductie van de ruimtelijke dimensie in de analyse van het verplaatsingsgedrag van personen: Een gevalstudie voor het Antwerpse stadsgewest

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  • VERHETSEL, Ann
  • VAN HOFSTRAETEN, Dries

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Deze onderzoekspaper tracht bij te dragen tot de ontwikkeling van een complete ruimtelijke analyse en modellering van het verplaatsingsgedrag in het Antwerpse stadsgewest. Naast recente gegevens over bodemgebruik, densiteit van activiteiten en bereikbaarheid in het Antwerpse stadsgewest, worden er in deze paper ook technieken geïntroduceerd die bijdragen tot de afbakening van bestemmingsgebieden. Deze ruimtelijke gezoneerde structuur is de noodzakelijke basis voor een multinomiaal logit model dat de bestemmingskeuze en verplaatsingspatronen in het Antwerpse stadsgewest wil verklaren. In het model wordt de belangrijkste stop in de keten opgenomen met uitzondering van de werkbestemming omwille van haar sterk deterministische karakter.

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  • VERHETSEL, Ann & VAN HOFSTRAETEN, Dries, 2004. "De introductie van de ruimtelijke dimensie in de analyse van het verplaatsingsgedrag van personen: Een gevalstudie voor het Antwerpse stadsgewest," Working Papers 2004006, University of Antwerp, Faculty of Applied Economics.
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