Pursuing robust decisions in uncertain traffic equilibrium problems

03/23/2021 ∙ by Filippo Fabiani, et al. ∙ 0

We evaluate the robustness of agents' traffic equilibria in randomized routing games characterized by an uncertain network demand with a possibly unknown probability distribution. Specifically, we extend the so-called hose model by considering a traffic equilibrium model where the uncertain network demand configuration belongs to a polyhedral set, whose shape is itself a-priori unknown. By exploiting available data, we apply the scenario approach theory to establish distribution-free feasibility guarantees for agents' traffic equilibria of the uncertain routing game without the need to know an explicit characterization of such set. A numerical example on a traffic network testbed corroborates the proposed theoretical results.



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