### Table 1: Time-varying parameters of the model in simula-

"... In PAGE 2: ... 1955, Fant 1960, Kent 1972, Kent et al. 1972n29 suggests that the signin0ccant model pa- rameters are those listed in Table1 , and that their temporal variation may take the form of a sigmoidal function.... ..."

### Table 1: Information on time-varying test data sets.

### Table 2: Estimation results for the time-varying parameter model

### Table 3: Fixed Weight versus Time-Varying Weight Strategies

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### Table 6.The traffic definition in time-varying traffic loads

### Table 3 shows that recovery time varies with the

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### Table 1. Summary of different simulation or animation scenarios and the CPU time taken to complete the calculation

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### Table 4: Cycle time varying the number of trains

"... In PAGE 5: ... The results of varying the number of sections are in Table 3 graphically represented in Fig. 5, while the cycle time of varying the number of trains is re- ported in Table4 and Fig. 6.... ..."

### Table 3: Cycle time varying the number of sections

"... In PAGE 5: ... The cycle time has been computed for two trains run- ning on circuits of 5; 6;8;10; 11;12 sections and in a circuit of 11 sections the cycle time of 1; 2;3;4;5 trains. The results of varying the number of sections are in Table3 graphically represented in Fig. 5, while the cycle time of varying the number of trains is re- ported in Table 4 and Fig.... ..."