Welcome to our demo site!
As a Registered Service Provider (RSP) of DuraSpace we provide hosting, software and services for enhanced DSpace repositories to a variety of organizations. Our repositories allow an organisation to preserve and showcase its intellectual output to an unrestricted, global audience.
A service provided by Atmire that builds and customizes repositories to suit the varying needs of orgainzations, delivering a robust repository platform and supporting the repository team to allow the insitute to concentrate on the management of their content and users.
Our demo sites provide an example of how a repository can be structured, which types of content can be submitted and the user exeperience for navigation of the solution, via faceted search and browse options.
If you are interested in a free trial please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Explore the new version
Here are just some of the improved areas you can explore as a non-authorized user
- Demo video: Selective export of references
- Faceted searching and browsing, featuring export options and grid-view
- Publication with multiple files and scopus citation counts
- Restricted publication with request a copy functionality
- Publication with embedded YouTube video
- Author profile
- Repository statistics with print view
Communities in Open Repository
Select a community to browse its collections.
Comparison of SimTraffic and VISSIM Microscopic Traffic Simulation Tools in Modeling Roundabouts(2015-01-01)SimTraffic and VISSIM are two microscopic traffic simulation tools that are capable of modeling arterial roads with signalized intersections and roundabouts. This study compares the performance of the two simulation tools in modeling dual lane and triple lane roundabouts under different scenarios such as traffic volume, proportion of left turning movement, and proportion of trucks in the traffic flow. The two simulation tools did not show statistically significant difference in general. However; in the case of high traffic volumes, VISSIM showed higher average delays than those from SimTraffic compared to nearly identical results in the case of low traffic volumes.