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Re: [sumo-user] Modeling human drivers' large reaction time

Using action step length is the recommended way if the reaction times are variable over your vehicle population or if you need high-frequency position information.
Otherwise you could also increase the simulation step-length.

If you mostly want to capture the differences in following distances (which drivers usually increase in response to self-awareness of reaction times), you could simply modify the driver 'tau' values instead (but drivers would then react with whatever step-length is set).

Am So., 23. Jan. 2022 um 14:19 Uhr schrieb Mohit Garg via sumo-user <sumo-user@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
Hi guys,

I am modeling human drivers' large reaction time using a large value of action step length. Is this a correct approach? I am wondering whether some other approaches are available to model large reaction time in simulations?

Any suggestion would be appreciated.


Kind regards,
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