Rational Behavior Adjustment Process with Boundedly Rational User Equilibrium

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Ye, H; Yang, H;
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This paper extends the framework of “rational behavior adjustment process” (RBAP) to incorporating the “boundedly rational user equilibrium” (BRUE). The proportional-switch adjustment process (PSAP) and the network tatonnement process (NTP) are extended to the BRUE case... View more
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