Contributing to the recent interest in the dynamics of activity-travel patterns, this paper discusses a framework for the dynamic formation of location choice-sets. It is based on the concepts of aspiration, activation and expected utility. Based on principles of Bayesian learning, reinforcement learning and social comparison theories, the framework specifies functions for experience-based learning, extended and integrated with social learning.
|Title of host publication||Agent-Directed Simulation Symposium, part of the 2008 Spring Simulation Multiconference, Ottawa, Canada, April 2008|
|Editors||Hassan Rajaei, Gabriel Andres Wainer|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
|Event||conference; SpringSim 2008; 2008-04-14; 2008-04-17 - |
Duration: 14 Apr 2008 → 17 Apr 2008
|Conference||conference; SpringSim 2008; 2008-04-14; 2008-04-17|
|Period||14/04/08 → 17/04/08|