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An agent-based approach for road pricing: system-level performance and implications for drivers
Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society
Road pricing is a useful mechanism to align private utility of drivers with a system-level measure of performance. Traffic simulation can be used to predict the impact of road pricing policies. The simulation is not a trivial task because traffic is a social system composed of different interacting entities. To tackle this complexity, agent-based approaches can be employed to model the behavior of the several actors in transportation systems. Methods: We model traffic as a multiagent system indoi:10.1186/1678-4804-20-15 fatcat:udp2wfirgbed5dkvqb3v5xs2ti