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|Title:||Dynamic traffic assignment with rolling horizon implementation|
|Citation:||Ran, B., Lee, D.-H., Shin, M.S.-I. (2002-07). Dynamic traffic assignment with rolling horizon implementation. Journal of Transportation Engineering 128 (4) : 314-322. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)0733-947X(2002)128:4(314)|
|Abstract:||This paper discusses an analytical dynamic traffic assignment (DTA) model with the extended capability of performing rolling horizon implementation. This model is formulated as a link-based variational inequality and can be solved efficiently to convergence by a relaxation (diagonalization) algorithm. The rolling horizon mechanism makes this proposed approach a flexible tool in evaluating simulation-based DTA models. According to different assumptions of travelers' route choice behavior, three different classes of travelers are categorized: fixed (predetermined) route class, stochastic dynamic user-optimal class. Model formulation, steps of the algorithm, and rolling horizon implementation are discussed in detail. Computational examples and results are presented and analyzed.|
|Source Title:||Journal of Transportation Engineering|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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