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Harry Timmermans is Head of the Urban Planning Group of the Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands. He is one of the pioneers of stated preference and choice modeling. He has research interests in modeling decision-making processes and decision support systems in a variety of application domains, including transportation. His main current research project is concerned with the development of a dynamic model of activity-travel behavior. He is editor of the Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, and serves on the board of several other journals in transportation, geography, urban planning, marketing, artificial intelligence and other disciplines. He is Co-chair of the International Association of Travel Behavior Research (IATBR), and member of several scientific committees of the Transportation Research Board. He has also served as member of many conference committees in transportation an artificial intelligence. He is (co)author of more than 500 refereed articles in international journals.

Our aim is to provide you the student with the relevant skills to design and guide visitors through, a safe, environmentally sustainable and enjoyable guided tour of more than one day.

activity 1540s, "state of being active," from Fr. activité, from . activitatem (nom. activitas), a word in Scholastic philosophy, from L. activus (see active). Meaning "state of being active, briskness, liveliness" recorded from 1520s. Activities in schoolwork sense is from 1923, Amer. Eng.

In some countries, airlines have stopped giving commissions to travel agencies. Therefore, travel agencies are now forced to charge a percentage premium or a standard flat fee , per sale. However, some companies pay travel agencies a set percentage for selling their product. Major tour companies can afford to do this, because if they were to sell a thousand trips at a cheaper rate, they would still come out better than if they sold a hundred trips at a higher rate. This process benefits both parties. [6] It is also cheaper to offer commissions to travel agents rather than engage in advertising and distribution campaigns without using agents. [7]