Static and Dynamic Models of Stochastic Assignment to Transportation Networks
Assignment models can be seen as correspondences or mappings associating link flows to a given (constant) travel demand and transportation network through a model of users’behaviour. Assignment models can be classified as deterministic or stochastic depending on the assumptions made on users’ perception of costs.
KeywordsCovariance Transportation Assure Autocorrelation Dial
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