Computing Dynamic User Equilibria on Large-Scale Networks: From Theory to Software Implementation

1 Oct 2018 Ke Han Gabriel Eve Terry Friesz

Dynamic user equilibrium (DUE) is the most widely studied form of dynamic traffic assignment, in which road travelers engage in a non-cooperative Nash-like game with departure time and route choices. DUE models describe and predict the time-varying traffic flows on a network consistent with traffic flow theory and travel behavior... (read more)

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