The Braess Paradox shows how adding a new road to a traffic network may actually increase the total travel time. It has recently found new interest in research. Researchers conducted new experiments with human participants in order to observe the outcomes with an increasing number of people, with private or public monitoring. A small number of papers were devoted to the observation of different behaviors, and intuitively suggested some theoretical hypotheses about the heterogeneity of the participants. Analyzing the data gathered from the observation of an experiment with human participants, and coding artificial behaviors emerged by mean of Grounded Theory, we used ABM simulations to confirm or disprove possible behaviors and composition of the population that was so far suggested only theoretically.
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