Journal of Advanced Transportation / 2017 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Modeling Road Network Vulnerability for Evacuees and First Responders in No-Notice Evacuation

Table 2

Statistics of IEV in the scenario-based assessment.

Inbound evacuation vulnerability (IEV)
Search boundary (nodes)1015202520
ScenarioAAAAB

NodeMin0.0903.72446.63120.72446.6
Max1105780.01105780.01105780.01105780.01105780.0
Mean28434.336492.544574.350717.351511.6
SD95633.399190.1101262.5102112.0101500.8

LineMin325.9903.72568.83253.42568.8
Max1105780.01105780.01105780.01105780.01105780.0
Mean25357.633024.240849.846902.447589.6
SD83144.086751.589340.990579.589696.6

Running time2 s35 s7 m4 h 16 m7 m

Measurement unit is vehicles/().
Time estimated using Windows 7 with Intel Core i7-2600 CPU @ 3.4 GHz and 8 GB RAM.

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