Evaluating the impact of spatio-temporal demand forecast aggregation on the operational performance of shared autonomous mobility fleets
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KeywordsAutonomous vehicles Mobility service Autonomous mobility on-demand Demand forecasting Fleet operations
Partial funding for the first author is provided by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety through the project “City2Share”. Partial funding for this work is provided through an Eisenhower Fellowship awarded by the US Department of Transportation to the second author. Additional funding is provided by the Northwestern University Transportation Center. The authors remain responsible for all findings and opinions presented in the paper.
All authors contributed to all aspects of the study from conception and design, to data collection, to analysis and interpretation of results, and manuscript preparation. All authors reviewed the results and approved the final version of the manuscript.
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