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Section 1 – Library research description
Choose a topic of social importance or a social research topic related to your major area.
Access the HCT library webpage
Using one or more of the HCT library webpage search applications.
Each article you select must have a description of primary research.
Describe the process by which you found the three articles or chapters.
For each source
Section 2 – Article abstracts and references
Each article you choose must include an abstract. The abstract is a short description of the topic, purpose, and findings of a research article found before the main text. For each article copy:
Section 3 – Article research descriptions
For each of your articles describe the research and the findings with greater detail than in the abstract (75 to 150 words each). Points for discussion should include:
Section 4 – Article evaluation
Rank your three articles from most to least significant (or from best to worst).
In the case of your highest ranked article write an article review in which you discuss why you think the findings are important (200 – 250 words).
The Three Articles
Length: 5 pages (1385 Words)
The Three Articles
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Title: the Bi-Level model to demonstrate US air travel demand.
A single-level optimization model which is (i.e., a Route Flow Estimator (RFE)) has been put forward to estimate the historical air travel demand. However, the RFE may require a significant amount of additional data collection effort when applied to estimate travel demand on small or medium-sized networks. We suggest a novel bi-level model as an alternative to the RFE to deal with demand estimation for small or medium-sized networks. The upper-level model is drawn as a constrained least square (LS) model. The lower-level model is designed on the RFE. The bi- level model estimates travel demand by considering the choice of the behavior of a traveler and some observed data.