Cet article synthétise les travaux réalisés dans le cadre du projet MIC qui porte sur la simulation du système de transport multimodal en intégrant un modèle de comportement des voyageurs en situation perturbée.

This article presents an innovative streamflow process model for use in reservoir operational rule design in stochastic dual dynamic programming (SDDP). Model features, which can be applied independently, are (1) a multiplicative process model for the forward phase and its linearized version for the backward phase; and (2) a nonuniform time-step le...

Modeling of water distribution systems is fundamental for the design, analysis and operation of any water network. As with all hydraulic models, water demands are one of the most important input components in the model. However, estimation of the demand parameters is usually complicated due to the stochastic behavior of the water consumptions. Seve...

Accurate modeling of water distribution systems is fundamental for planning and operating decisions in any water network. One important component that directly affects model accuracy is knowledge of nodal demands. Conventional models simulate flows and pressures of a water distribution network either assuming constant demand at nodes or using a sho...

African cities are prone to recurrent flooding due to unfavorable rainfall conditions, often insufficient drainage infrastructure and fast and poorly controlled urban development. It is thus important to put forward efficient tools to characterize flooding and its consequences over large urban areas, e.g. the entire agglomeration. However, scarce d...

Accurate modeling of water distribution systems is fundamental for planning and operating decisions in any water network. One important component that directly affects model accuracy is knowledge of nodal demands. Conventional models simulate flows and pressures of a water distribution network either assuming constant demand at nodes or using a sho...

Banos, A.Corson, N.Lang, C.Marilleau, NicolasTaillandier, P.

Traffic modeling is a particularly active field, the origins of which can be traced back to the pioneering work of Greenshield in the 1930s. Greenshield was the first to formulate a structural relation between the speed of vehicles on a road and the distance between them. This relation between the flow rate/density, at the heart of the so-called fu...