Putting Ridesharing to the Test: Efficient and Scalable Solutions and the Power of Dynamic Vehicle Relocation

17 Dec 2019Panayiotis DanassisMarija SakotaAris Filos-RatsikasBoi Faltings

We perform a systematic evaluation of a diverse set of algorithms for the ridesharing problem which is, to the best of our knowledge, one of the largest and most comprehensive to date. In particular, we evaluate 12 different algorithms over 12 metrics related to global efficiency, complexity, passenger, driver, and platform incentives... (read more)

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