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Joel Ribeiro is a researcher at INESC TEC. Joel got his doctorate degree in Process Mining from Eindhoven University of Technology with the dissertation “Multidimensional Process Discovery” (2013). He has worked as a researcher in many academic and industry projects across Europe with different business perspectives. Currently, he is working in the opti-MOVES project, which aims at quality management of intermodal public transport services: diagnosis and optimization. His research interests include process and data science, business intelligence, business process management, logistics and transportation systems.

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2020

Process discovery on geolocation data

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Ribeiro, J; Fontes, T; Soares, C; Borges, JL;

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Transportation Research Procedia

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2020

A Deep Learning Approach for Predicting Bus Passenger Demand Based on Weather Conditions

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Fontes, T; Correia, R; Ribeiro, J; Borges, JL;

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Transport and Telecommunication Journal

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AbstractThis work apply a deep learning artificial neural network model – the Multilayer Perceptron – as a regression model to estimate the demand of bus passengers. Transit bus ridership and weather conditions were collected over a year from a medium-size European metropolitan area and linked under the assumption: individuals choose the travel mode based on the weather conditions that are observed during (a) the departure hour, (b) the hour before or (c) two hours prior to the travel start. The transit ridership data were also labelled according to the hour of the day, day of the week, month, and whether there was a strike and/or holiday or not. The results show that the prediction error of the model decrease by ~9% when the weather conditions observed two hours before travel start is taken into account. The model sensitivity analyses reveals that the worst performance is obtained for a strike day of a weekday in spring (typically Wednesdays or Thursdays).

2020

Accessibility as an indicator to estimate social exclusion in public transport

Authors
Ribeiro, J; Fontes, T; Soares, C; Borges, JL;

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Transportation Research Procedia

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