An experimental exploration of route choice: Identifying drivers choices and choice patterns, and capturing network evolution

@article{Tawfik2010AnEE,
  title={An experimental exploration of route choice: Identifying drivers choices and choice patterns, and capturing network evolution},
  author={Aly M. Tawfik and Hesham A. Rakha and Shadeequa D. Miller},
  journal={13th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems},
  year={2010},
  pages={1005-1012}
}
Driver route choice is typically modeled using mathematical programming approaches that assume that drivers choose their routes to minimize some objective function, and assume that drivers have perfect, or close to perfect, knowledge of their choice set, as well as the travel characteristics associated with each of the choice elements. It is, however, well documented in human psychological behavior that human perceptions are often different from actual reality, and that humans tend to minimize… CONTINUE READING

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