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A Hybrid Micro-Simulator for Determining the Effects of Governmental Control Policies on Transport Chains
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2005 (English)Conference paper (Refereed) Published
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A simulation-based tool is described which will be used to investigate how the actors in a transport chain are expected to act when different types of governmental control policies are applied, such as, fuel taxes, road tolls, vehicle taxes and requirements on vehicles. The simulator is composed of two layers, one layer simulating the physical activities taking place in the transport chain, e.g., production, storage, and transports of goods, and another layer simulating the different actors’ decision-making processes. The decision layer is implemented by a multi-agent system where each agent corresponds to a particular actor and models the way it acts in different situations. The simulator will be used for analyzing the costs and environmental effects, and will in this way provide guidance in decision making regarding control policies. In addition, it will be possible for companies to use the simulator in order to determine cost-effective strategies given different (future) scenarios.

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URN: urn:nbn:se:bth-8752ISI: 000229000500019Local ID: 3-540-25262-2OAI: diva2:836504
Joint AAMAS Workshop on Multi-Agent and Multi-Agent-Based Simulation
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