This website is meant to serve as the main documentation of the SILO model. Previous publications can be downloaded below.
Journal paper: Rolf Moeckel (2017) Constraints in household relocation: Modeling land-use/transport interactions that respect time and monetary budgets. Scheduled for publication in The Journal of Transport and Land Use, Vol. 10(2), S. 1–18. [Open Access]
Journal paper: Ziemke, Dominik, Nagel, Kai und Moeckel, Rolf (2016) Towards an Agent-based, Integrated Land-use Transport Modeling System. In: Procedia Computer Science. Volume 83. Pages 958-963. [Open Access]
Journal paper: Casey Dawkins, Rolf Moeckel (2016) Transit-Induced Gentrification: Who Will Stay, and Who Will Go? Accepted for publication in Housing Policy Debate. Volume 26, Issue 4-5, Pages 801-818.
TRB Paper: A paper focusing on modeling time and budget constraints within SILO presented at the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board in 2015.
SILO Project Sheet: A one-page description of the SILO modelCUPUM Conference Paper: A description of the SILO idea presented at the CUPUM conference in 2011
CUPUM Slide Show: SILO presentation given by Tara Weidner at the CUPUM conference in 2011. This is a slighly extended version of the presentation given at CUPUM.
The SILO code can be accessed under the GNU general public license at Github.
www.silo.zone is the principal site for updates of the SILO model.