Dynamic User Equilibria in Traffic Simulation Models

Gawron, Christian and Krauß, Stefan and Wagner, Peter (1997) Dynamic User Equilibria in Traffic Simulation Models.
Published In: Workshop on Traffic and Granular Flow '97 : Gerhard-Mercator-Universität Duisburg, Germany, October 6 - 8, 1997 Springer 1997, pp. 469-473.


We present an iterative algorithm to determine the dynamic user equilibrium for link costs given by a traffic simulation model. Each driver's route choice is modelled by a discrete probability distribution which is used to select a route in the simulation. After each simulation run, the probability distribution is adapted to minimize the perceived costs. As an example application, a dynamic version of Braess' paradox is studied.

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ZAIK Number: zpr97-307
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