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Planning ride-sharing services with detour restrictions for spatially heterogeneous demand: A multi-zone queuing network approach

@inproceedings{Liu2022PlanningRS,
  title={Planning ride-sharing services with detour restrictions for spatially heterogeneous demand: A multi-zone queuing network approach},
  author={Yining Liu and Yanfeng Ouyang},
  year={2022}
}
This study presents a multi-zone queuing network model for steady-state ride-sharing operations that serve heterogeneous demand, and then builds upon this model to optimize the design of ridesharing services. Spatial heterogeneity is addressed by partitioning the study region into a set of relatively homogeneous zones, and a set of criteria are imposed to avoid significant detours among matched passengers. A generalized multi-zone queuing network model is then developed to describe how vehicles… 

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