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The purpose of this paper is to examine the scaling effect and overlapping problem in a route choice context using the logit-based stochastic user equilibrium (SUE) principle to explicitly account for the congestion effect. Numerical experiments are performed on nine models: the deterministic...
<title>Abstract</title> Modeling the elasticity of travel demand in network equilibrium analysis has several important transportation applications. In this paper, we provide a mathematical programming formulation for the C-logit stochastic user equilibrium problem with elastic demand (CL-SUE-ED) in the route...
In this paper, we consider the combined distribution and assignment (CDA) problem with link capacity constraints modeled as a hierarchical logit choice problem based on random utility theory. The destination and route choices are calculated based on the multi-nominal logit probability function,...
Perceived mean-excess travel time is a new risk-averse route choice criterion recently proposed to simultaneously consider both stochastic perception error and travel time variability when making route choice decisions under uncertainty. The stochastic perception error is conditionally dependent...