Ido Klein, Postdoc

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I received my Ph.D. in Geography from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in 2018.

My research in the Lab is devoted to transportation modeling and the interface between policy measures and their effect on transportation systems.

 

publications:

  1. Klein, I., & Ben-Elia, E. (2018). Emergence of cooperative route-choice: a model and experiment of compliance with system-optimal ATIS. Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour, 59, 348-364.

  2. Klein, I., Levy, N., & Ben-Elia, E. (2018). An agent-based model of the emergence of cooperation and a fair and stable system optimum using ATIS on a simple road network. Transportation research part C: emerging technologies, 86, 183-201.

  3. Levy, N., Klein, I., & Ben-Elia, E. (2018). Emergence of cooperation and a fair system optimum in road networks: A game-theoretic and agent-based modelling approach. Research in Transportation Economics, 68, 46-55.

  4. Klein, I., & Ben-Elia, E. (2017). System optimal ATIS as a congestion management instrument—Game-based experiment and agent based model. In 2017 5th IEEE International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems (MT-ITS) (pp. 816-820). IEEE.

  5. Klein, I., Levy, N., & Ben-Elia, E. (2017). An Agent-Based Model of a System-Optimal ATIS. Procedia Computer Science, 109, 893-898.

  6. Klein, I., & Ben-Elia, E. (2016). Emergence of cooperation in congested road networks using ICT and future and emerging technologies: A game-based review. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 72, 10-28.

  7. Klein, I., & Fischhendler, I. (2015). The pitfalls of implementing Host Community Compensation: A power balance perspective. Land use policy, 49, 499-510.