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Self-optimising and self-organising urban traffic control systems

Self-optimising and self-organising urban traffic control systems,Danko A. Roozemond

Self-optimising and self-organising urban traffic control systems   (Citations: 4)
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1 Introduction 12 Dynamics of urban transportation systems 22.1 Typology of an IDTMIS 22.2 Handling dynamics 22.3 Urban traffic control 33 Intelligent Agents 64 Autonomous intelligent agents for UTC 84.1 Concept and requirements 84.2 UTC agents 95 Further research 126 Conclusions 14References 15AbstractMuch study in urban traffic control is directed towards operation andoptimisation of individual signal-controlled road junctions. Theeffectiveness of traffic control...
Published in 1998.
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    • ...For a specific ITSA, implemented to serve as an urban traffic control agent, the following actions are incorporated (Roozemond, 1998): - data collection / distribution (via RSA - information on the current state of traffic; from / to other ITSA's - on other adjoining signalised intersections); - analysis (with an accurate model of the surrounds and knowing the traffic and traffic control rules define current trend; detect current ...

    Danko A. Roozemondet al. Agent controlled traffic lights

    • ...For a specific ITSA, implemented to serve as an urban traffic control agent, the following aspects are taken into account (Roozemond, 1998): - The ITSA has some goals to accomplish: maximising traffic flow, given its rule-base; - The ITSA has rules to obey and roles to perform; - The ITSA decide on what actions to take; helped by its controller, the view and knowledge it has of its environment, its abilities and its state; - The ITSA has ...
    • ...An ITSA, capable of controlling or advising in realtime, should perform the following actions: (Roozemond, 1996 & 1998): - The agent receives at (given) time intervals the information on the current state of traffic (data collection)...

    Danko A. Roozemond. U SING INTELLIGENT AGENTS FOR URBAN TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEMS

    • ...For a specific ITSA, implemented to serve as an urban traffic control agent, the following aspects are taken into account [8, 9]:...
    • ...An ITSA, capable of controlling or advising in real-time, should perform the following actions [8, 9]: - The ITSA receives at (given) time intervals the information on the current state of traffic (data collection via RSA)...

    Danko A. Roozemond. USING AUTONOMOUS INTELLIGENT AGENTS FOR URBAN TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEMS

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