Transportation supply models selected papers from the International Symposium on Travel Supply Models, Centre de recherche sur les transports, Université de Montréal, 17-19 November 1977 by International Symposium on Travel Supply Models (1977 UniversiteМЃ de MontreМЃal)

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Statementedited by Michael Florian and Marc Gaudry.
ContributionsFlorian, Michael Alexander, 1939-, Gaudry, Marc J. I., Université de Montréal. Centre de recherche sur les transports.
LC ClassificationsHE199.9 .I57 1977
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Paginationv, 220 p. :
Number of Pages220
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Open LibraryOL4116132M
ISBN 100080260756
LC Control Number80041161

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