Modeling of individual differences in driver behavior

  title={Modeling of individual differences in driver behavior},
  author={Mian Muhammad Mubasher and S. Waqar Jaffry},
  journal={Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing},
Computational transportation is a scientific discipline which uses traffic flow simulation for intervention design and analysis. Realistic traffic flow simulation depends on realistic computational modeling of individual agents such as drivers. Whereas, realistic agent model relies on realistic modeling of microscopic driver behaviors. IDM and MOBIL are considered de-facto car-following and lane change models respectively. All the prominent microscopic models have been developed with… 
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