Logie, DWM; Heydecker, BG; Smith, MJ; (1998) Generalised equilibrium modelling: a broad framework for transport planning. In: (Proceedings) Proceedings of the 3rd IMA Conference on Mathematics in Transport Planning and Control.
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|Title:||Generalised equilibrium modelling: a broad framework for transport planning|
|Event:||Proceedings of the 3rd IMA Conference on Mathematics in Transport Planning and Control|
|Additional information:||This paper describes an approach being developed for use in transport modelling which builds on the established concepts of Wardrop equilibrium modelling in highway networks to provide a more generalised capability. Generalised equilibrium modelling is presented as a framework for modelling a broad range of travel options, covering highways and other travel models. It also allows options of not travelling, travelling at different times, or to different destinations to be considered in the set of decisions made in response to changes in the transport system. Thus, while generalised equilibrium modelling operates in the network domain, it considers aspects of both transport supply and demand, and is framed to allow the effects of changes with time to be considered, that is, to identify dynamic equilibrium solutions|
|Keywords:||control, demand, Dynamic, dynamics, Equilibrium, Model, MODELS, Network, networks, Planning, response, solutions, transport, transport planning models|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering|
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