Simple sensors used for measuring service times and counting pedestrians

Bauer D, Ray M, Seer S (2011)
In: Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies: 77-84.

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Bauer D, Ray M, Seer S. Simple sensors used for measuring service times and counting pedestrians. In: Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies; 2011: 77-84.
Bauer, D., Ray, M., & Seer, S. (2011). Simple sensors used for measuring service times and counting pedestrians. Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 77-84
Bauer, D., Ray, M., and Seer, S. (2011). “Simple sensors used for measuring service times and counting pedestrians” in Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (Transportation Research Board of the National Academies), 77-84.
Bauer, D., Ray, M., & Seer, S., 2011. Simple sensors used for measuring service times and counting pedestrians. In Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, pp. 77-84.
D. Bauer, M. Ray, and S. Seer, “Simple sensors used for measuring service times and counting pedestrians”, Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, 2011, pp.77-84.
Bauer, D., Ray, M., Seer, S.: Simple sensors used for measuring service times and counting pedestrians. Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. p. 77-84. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies (2011).
Bauer, Dietmar, Ray, Markus, and Seer, Stefan. “Simple sensors used for measuring service times and counting pedestrians”. Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, 2011. 77-84.
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