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DSCMOD was developed as a land-use "add-on" an independent transport model set up either in a standard package or using an ad-hoc program. DSCMOD's main function is to estimate the relocation of households and of employment in response to changing accessibility within the study area. It was designed to provide quantitative indicators of these effects as a basis for discussion and sensitivity testing without imposing any additional requirements on the transport model itself.
Typically DSCMOD is used:
DSCMOD is strictly comparative, ie it calculates changes in land-use based upon the changes in accessibility between two sets of inputs (see figure 3).
Since 1999, the DSCMOD method has been applied by creating simplified models using the DELTA package, rather than by using the original DSCMOD programs.
Click here for outlines of DSCMOD applications.
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