Path sets size, model specification, or model estimation: Which one matters most in predicting stochastic user equilibrium traffic flow?
Milad Haghani, Zahra Shahhoseini, Majid Sarvi
JOURNAL OF TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING-ENGLISH EDITION | ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV | Published : 2016
This study aims to make an objective comparative analysis between the relative significance of three crucial modelling aspects involved in the probabilistic analysis of transport networks. The first question to address is the extent to which the size of generated path sets can affect the prediction of the static flow in the path-based traffic assignment paradigm. The importance of this question arises from the fact that the need to generate a large quantity of paths may be perceived by analysts as a preventative reason as to the application of path-based stochastic traffic assignment (STA) models for large-scale networks. A simulated path generation algorithm, which allows the number of gene..View full abstract