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and thrived on the trial-and-error mode of playing with computer models.

Acknowledgements

The authors thank John Abraham for his assistance in understanding some of the details of MEPLAN and many of the operations in the Sacramento MEPLAN model. His superior knowledge of the Sacramento model also helped us to select the inputs and parameters for the GUI.

References

Abraham, John and J.D. Hunt . 1999. Policy Analysis Using the Sacramento MEPLAN Land Use-Transportation Interaction Model.  Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1685, TRB, National Research Council, Washington, D.C.

Bransford, John D. (1979). Human Cognition: Learning, Understanding, and Remembering. Wadsworth.

Cartwright, Timothy J. (1993) Modeling the World in a Spreadsheet: Environmental Simulation on a Microcomputer.  The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD.

Clay, Michael J. (2003) The use and role of urban models in urban policy analysis.  Presented at the National Sience Foudation—IGERT Student Conference, Davis, CA.

Foot, David (1981) Operational Urban Models: an introduction.  The Chaucer Press, London.

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