Extended Data Fig. 1: The effect of the upper bound δ on trip connection time. | Nature

Extended Data Fig. 1: The effect of the upper bound δ on trip connection time.

From: Addressing the minimum fleet problem in on-demand urban mobility

Extended Data Fig. 1

a, Plot showing the minimum fleet size and the vehicle void ratio as a function of the upper bound used on the trip connection time, δ. For increasing values of δ, the minimum fleet size decreases while the void ratio increases. The results are produced by averaging over 14 days of data. b, Plot showing the yearly variation in the minimum fleet size for δ = 10 min and 20 min. This plot reports also the number of daily trips for comparison.

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