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Peer to peer energy trading with electric vehicles
R Alvaro-Hermana, J Fraile-Ardanuy, PJ Zufiria, L Knapen, D Janssens
IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine 8 (3), 33-44, 2016
2262016
Multi-agent simulation of individual mobility behavior in carpooling
S Galland, L Knapen, N Gaud, D Janssens, O Lamotte, A Koukam, G Wets
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 45, 83-98, 2014
1382014
Determining electric vehicle charging point locations considering drivers’ daily activities
J Gonzalez, R Alvaro, C Gamallo, M Fuentes, J Fraile-Ardanuy, L Knapen, ...
Procedia Computer Science 32, 647-654, 2014
712014
A conceptual design of an agent-based interaction model for the carpooling application
S Cho, L Knapen, T Bellemans, D Janssens, G Wets
Procedia Computer Science 10, 801-807, 2012
462012
Theory and practice in large carpooling problems
IBA Hartman, D Keren, AA Dbai, E Cohen, L Knapen, D Janssens
Procedia Computer Science 32, 339-347, 2014
452014
Exploiting graph-theoretic tools for matching in carpooling applications
L Knapen, A Yasar, S Cho, D Keren, AA Dbai, T Bellemans, D Janssens, ...
Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing 5, 393-407, 2014
422014
Activity-based modeling to predict spatial and temporal power demand of electric vehicles in Flanders, Belgium
L Knapen, B Kochan, T Bellemans, D Janssens, G Wets
Transportation Research Record 2287 (1), 146-154, 2012
412012
Activity based models for countrywide electric vehicle power demand calculation
L Knapen, B Kochan, T Bellemans, D Janssens, G Wets
2011 IEEE First International Workshop on Smart Grid Modeling and Simulation …, 2011
362011
Simulation model of carpooling with the janus multiagent platform
S Galland, N Gaud, L Knapen, D Janssens, O Lamotte
Procedia Computer Science 19, 860-866, 2013
342013
Organizational-based model and agent-based simulation for long-term carpooling
I Hussain, L Knapen, S Galland, T Bellemans, D Janssens, G Wets
Future Generation Computer Systems 64, 125-139, 2016
322016
Likelihood-based offline map matching of GPS recordings using global trace information
L Knapen, T Bellemans, D Janssens, G Wets
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 93, 13-35, 2018
302018
A coordinated framework for optimized charging of EV fleet in smart grid
M Usman, L Knapen, Y Vanrompay, T Bellemans, D Janssens, G Wets
Procedia Computer Science 94, 332-339, 2016
292016
An agent-based model to evaluate carpooling at large manufacturing plants
T Bellemans, S Bothe, S Cho, F Giannotti, D Janssens, L Knapen, ...
Procedia Computer Science 10, 1221-1227, 2012
292012
Decentralized coordinated charging of electric vehicles considering locational and temporal flexibility
R D'hulst, F De Ridder, B Claessens, L Knapen, D Janssens
International Transactions on Electrical Energy Systems 25 (10), 2562-2575, 2015
282015
Estimating scalability issues while finding an optimal assignment for carpooling
L Knapen, D Keren, S Cho, T Bellemans, D Janssens, G Wets
Procedia Computer Science 19, 372-379, 2013
262013
Analysis of the co-routing problem in agent-based carpooling simulation
L Knapen, D Keren, S Cho, T Bellemans, D Janssens, G Wets
Procedia Computer Science 10, 821-826, 2012
262012
Applying an activity based model to explore the potential of electrical vehicles in the smart grid
F De Ridder, R D’Hulst, L Knapen, D Janssens
Procedia Computer Science 19, 847-853, 2013
242013
Threshold settings for TRIP/STOP detection in GPS traces
G Cich, L Knapen, T Bellemans, D Janssens, G Wets
Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing 7, 395-413, 2016
232016
Optimal recharging framework and simulation for electric vehicle fleet
M Usman, L Knapen, T Bellemans, D Janssens, G Wets
Future Generation Computer Systems 107, 745-757, 2020
222020
Modeling demand responsive transport using SARL and MATSim
G Cich, L Knapen, M Maciejewski, T Bellemans, D Janssens
Procedia Computer Science 109, 1074-1079, 2017
222017
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