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Published: Dec 6, 2012 8:14:34 AM
The SpaceTimeLab launch event will be held at UCL on 30th October 2012. To mark the occasion, Prof. Michael Goodchild (UC Santa Barbara) will be giving a special keynote talk on Geographic Intelligence. This is a great opportunity to hear from one of the leading figures in GIScience and is not to be missed! More...
Published: Oct 23, 2012 10:25:54 AM
Ed’s background lies in computing, with a focus on geographical applications. His current research investigates the relationship between human behaviour and macroscopic phenomena in the city, specifically how route selections made by many individuals lead to the emergence of road congestion. His areas of interest and expertise extend to complex systems and emergence, Agent-based Modelling (ABM), cognitive psychology, crowd phenomena, and transportation. You can find Ed’s research blog at http://urbanmovements.posterous.com and he tweets as @EdThink.
- Manley, E., Cheng, T., Penn, A., Emmonds, A. Combining Agent-based Modelling with Macroscopic Traffic Simulation for Large-Scale Behaviourally-Realistic Representations of Urban Traffic Flow. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems (Under Review)
- Manley, E., Cheng, T. The Role of Human Cognition in Modelling Complex Urban Traffic Dynamics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (Under Review)
- Cheng, T., Manley, E. Tipping Points in Road Traffic Congestion: Why Driver Behaviour Matters. Journal of Geographical Systems (Under Review)
- Manley, E. Queen's diamond jubilee celebrations: where were the tweeting masses? Guardian Data Blog. 11th June 2012. http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2012/jun/11/queen-s-diamond-jubilee-twitter-tweeting.
- Manley, E. Swearing on Twitter: where in London is worst for *#$%!*@*?!. Guardian Data Blog. 4th May 2012. http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2012/may/04/twitter-swearing-london
- Manley, E., Cheng, T., Emmonds, A. Understanding Route Choice using Agent-based Simulation. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Geocomputation, July 20-22 2011, London, UK.
- Manley, E., Cheng, T. Multi-Agent Simulation of Drivers Reactions to Unexpected Incidents on Urban Road Networks. Proceedings of GIS Research UK 2011. Portsmouth, UK.
- Manley, E., Cheng, T. Understanding Road Congestion as an Emergent Property of Traffic Networks. Proceedings of the International Multi-Conference on Complexity, Informatics and Cybernetics 2010. April 6-9 2010. Orlando, USA.
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