• Published 1995

COMBINING USER LEARNING AND MICROSIMULATION

@inproceedings{Liu1995COMBININGUL,
  title={COMBINING USER LEARNING AND MICROSIMULATION},
  author={Ronghui Liu and Dirck Van Vilet and David P. Watling},
  year={1995}
}
Traditionally the analysis of traffic in urban road networks is based on the concept of equilibrium whereby a fixed trip matrix for the design period to be evaluated is assigned to a network where travel times on each link can be defined precisely by a monotonically increasing cost-flow function. Under equilibrium conditions the choice of route or routes is governed by the Wardrop principle that all routes used have equal and minimum travel costs themselves being determined through the above… CONTINUE READING

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