TECHNIQUE OF FAILURE-TO-BOARD PROBABILITY CALCULATION BASED ON THE NETWORK STATEMENT
AbstractIn the article issues of failure-to-board probability calculation technique developing is considered. A definition of this quantity proposed implement in the network statement in the context of solving of the passengers flows generation modeling task. Formalized iterative procedure for passenger’s trips distribution, which consider the relationship between the level of transportation demand and transportation service parameters.
The input data for the computation of passenger flows on the transit routes is a potential matrix of trips, which is determined by the results of the calculation of the trips assignment based on passenger’s path choice, including capacity resistant method.
Keywords: capacity resistant method, failure-to-board probability, trip matrix, path choice.
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