Possible Schemes for Introducing "feedback" Into the Four-step Travel Forecasting Procedure Vs. the Equilibrium Solution of a Combined Model: Comparisons for the Chicago Region
Urban Transportation Center, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1993 - Choice of transportation - 16 pages
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20 auto costs 20 iterations 45 degree line 4500 transit trips A A A A All-or-Nothing Assignment assignment method Auto Generalized Costs Auto Link Flows auto trips Method averaged AZZZZZC Boyce BZZZ BZZZZZA Chi-sq R-sq intercept Chicago Region Choice and All-or-Nothing convergent algorithm distribution and mode equilibrium models Evans algorithm FHWA five iterations Five Methods flows link flows former solution four-step procedure highly converged solution iteration minimum maximum Iterations of Trip link flow vector link flows link link flows Method maximum RSME Chi-sq Method 2 Method method iteration minimum Methods for Auto minimum maximum RSME mode choice mode split number of iterations objective function partial linearization R-sq intercept slope Results for Auto results for Methods RSME and Chi-square RSME Chi-sq R-sq solution method Table travel cost matrix trip distribution trip matrices trips per hour user-optimal assignment variables ZZZ ZZZ ZZZB zzzzz zzzzzz zzzzzz