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Title: Centralidad de intermediación flexible sobre redes de transporte urbanas
Author: González Soto, Martín
Director: Gómez Jiménez, Sergio
Solé Ribalta, Albert
Keywords: complex networks
urban systems
complex systems
Issue Date: 20-Jun-2021
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The design of sustainable urban systems is a goal of most large cities. Population growth and new consumption patterns have affected the way we relate to urban ecosystems. In this context, different measures have been proposed to reduce the economic and health effects of vehicle traffic caused by pollution. Given this need and the existing complexity in this type of system, the science of cities arises as a discipline whose objective is to understand the structure and behavior of urban systems. In this Master's Thesis, the aim is to develop an algorithm to establish which points within a city present a higher risk of congestion based on assumptions that allow more realistic modeling of the behavior of users of transport networks. To this end, the definition and calculation of the betweenness centrality have been modified so that it considers suboptimal routes close to the minimum as acceptable routes. Finally, it has been studied how this new centrality measure behaves when applied to real transport networks.
Language: Spanish
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