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YEARS

2014-2017

FUNDING AMOUNT

5070000 JPY

ABSTRACT

The approach to analyze the relationship between information and travel behavior in the coming era of advanced information society is increasingly becoming important. This research aims to develop the theory and procedures to analyze the role of information given to road users' route-choice. A naive question in this situation is as follows. Is it possible when a driver equipped with a navigation system equipped with the algorithm developed in this research effectively utilizes it by daily route selection, the driver's utility is really achievable the same level as if the driver had obtained complete information about traffic conditions The conclusion of this research is affirmative at least theoretically. This conclusion is confirmed by using dynamic traffic simulation. More... »

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