A new method for performing dynamic traffic assignment (DTA) is presented which is applicable in real time, since the solution is based on feedback control. This method employs the design of nonlinear H∞ feedback control systems which is robust to certain class of uncertainties in the system. The solution aims at achieving user equilibrium on alternate routes in a network setting.
Automatic control; Feedback control systems; H [infinity symbol] control; Robust control; Traffic engineering
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Feedback control solutions to network level user-equilibrium real-time dynamic traffic assignment problems.
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