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Dr. Andreas Keler
Dr. Andreas Keler
Sonstige Namenケラー アンドレアス
JSPS International Research Fellow, Dep. of Urban Management, Kyoto University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei trans.kuciv.kyoto-u.ac.jp - Startseite
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The Munich bikeability index: A practical approach for measuring urban bikeability
J Schmid-Querg, A Keler, G Grigoropoulos
Sustainability 13 (1), 428, 2021
482021
Safety-aware routing for motorised tourists based on open data and VGI
A Keler, JD Mazimpaka
Journal of Location Based Services 10 (1), 64-77, 2016
452016
Car navigation–computing routes that avoid complicated crossings
JM Krisp, A Keler
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 29 (11), 1988-2000, 2015
382015
A bicycle simulator for experiencing microscopic traffic flow simulation in urban environments
A Keler, J Kaths, F Chucholowski, M Chucholowski, G Grigoropoulos, ...
2018 21st International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems …, 2018
312018
Detecting vehicle traffic patterns in urban environments using taxi trajectory intersection points
A Keler, JM Krisp, L Ding
Geo-spatial information science 20 (4), 333-344, 2017
222017
Calibrating the wiedemann 99 car-following model for bicycle traffic
H Kaths, A Keler, K Bogenberger
Sustainability 13 (6), 3487, 2021
212021
Traffic simulation analysis of bicycle highways in urban areas
G Grigoropoulos, SA Hosseini, A Keler, H Kaths, M Spangler, F Busch, ...
Sustainability 13 (3), 1016, 2021
192021
Extracting commuter-specific destination hotspots from trip destination data–comparing the boro taxi service with Citi Bike in NYC
A Keler, JM Krisp, L Ding
Geo-spatial Information Science 23 (2), 141-152, 2020
142020
Detecting traffic congestion propagation in urban environments–a case study with Floating Taxi Data (FTD) in Shanghai
A Keler, JM Krisp, L Ding
Journal of location Based services 11 (2), 133-151, 2017
132017
Improving urban bicycle infrastructure-an exploratory study based on the effects from the COVID-19 Lockdown
L Schwarz, A Keler, JM Krisp
Journal of urban mobility 2, 100013, 2022
122022
Visualization of traffic congestion based on Floating Taxi Data
A Keler, L Ding, JM Krisp
Kartographische Nachrichten 66 (1), 7-13, 2016
112016
Spatio-temporal visualization of interpolated particulate matter (PM2. 5) in Beijing
A Keler, JM Krisp
GI_Forum 1, 464-474, 2015
112015
Data-driven scenario specification for AV–VRU interactions at urban roundabouts
A Keler, P Malcolm, G Grigoropoulos, SA Hosseini, H Kaths, F Busch, ...
Sustainability 13 (15), 8281, 2021
92021
Is there a relationship between complicated crossings and frequently visited locations? – A case study with boro taxis and OSM in NYC
A Keler, JM Krisp
13th International Symposium on Location-Based Services, 186-190, 2016
92016
Visual analysis of floating taxi data based on interconnected and timestamped area selections
A Keler, JM Krisp
Progress in Cartography: EuroCarto 2015, 115-131, 2016
92016
A mobile application for resolving bicyclist and automated vehicle interactions at intersections
J Lindner, G Grigoropoulos, A Keler, P Malcolm, F Denk, P Brunner, ...
2022 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV), 785-791, 2022
82022
Analyzing the behavior of bicyclists using a bicycle simulator with a coupled SUMO and DYNA4 simulated environment
H Kaths, A Keler, J Kaths, F Busch
SUMO User Conference 2019, 99–205, 2019
82019
Examining the influence of road slope on carbon dioxide emission using extended floating car data
C Röger, A Keler, JM Krisp
Adjunct Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Location Based …, 2018
82018
Visualization of traffic bottlenecks: Combining traffic congestion with complicated crossings
A Keler, JM Krisp, L Ding
Advances in Cartography and GIScience: Selections from the International …, 2017
82017
Visual exploration of multivariate movement events in space-time cube
L Ding, JM Krisp, L Meng, G Xiao, A Keler
The 19th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science, 2016
82016
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