Relaxation Criteria for Iterated Traac Simulations Los Alamos Relaxation Criteria for Iterated Traac Simulations

Abstract

Iterated transportation microsimulations adjust their travelers' route plans by iterating between the microsimulation and the route planner and adjusting the route choice of individuals based on the preceeding microsimulations. Empirically, this process give good results; but it is usually unclear when to stop the iterative process, when one wants to model real-world tra c. This paper investigates several criteria to judge relaxation of the iterative process. The paper concentrates on criteria that are related to the decision-making process of the drivers.

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@inproceedings{Kelly1997RelaxationCF, title={Relaxation Criteria for Iterated Traac Simulations Los Alamos Relaxation Criteria for Iterated Traac Simulations}, author={Terence Kelly and Kai Nagel and Kai Nagely}, year={1997} }