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Event-driven architecture for decision support in traffic management systems

Event-driven architecture for decision support in traffic management systems,10.1016/j.eswa.2010.11.087,Expert Systems With Applications,Jürgen Dunkel

Event-driven architecture for decision support in traffic management systems   (Citations: 4)
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Decision support systems for traffic management systems have to cope with a high volume of events continuously generated by sensors. Conventional software architectures do not explicitly target the efficient processing of continuous event streams. Recently, event-driven architectures (EDA) have been proposed as a new paradigm for event-based applications. In this paper we propose a reference architecture for event-driven traffic management systems, which enables the analysis and processing of complex event streams in real-time and is therefore well-suited for decision support in sensor-based traffic control systems. We will illustrate our approach in the domain of road traffic management. In particular, we will report on the redesign of an intelligent transportation management system (ITMS) prototype for the high-capacity road network in Bilbao, Spain.
Journal: Expert Systems With Applications - ESWA , vol. 38, no. 6, pp. 6530-6539, 2011
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    • ...We will illustrate our approach in applying it on a traffic management system for the high-capacity road network in Bilbao [8]...

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