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Modeling and solving the dynamic user equilibrium route and departure time choice problem in network with queues

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  • Huang, Hai-Jun
  • Lam, William H. K.

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  • Huang, Hai-Jun & Lam, William H. K., 2002. "Modeling and solving the dynamic user equilibrium route and departure time choice problem in network with queues," Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, Elsevier, vol. 36(3), pages 253-273, March.
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