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Title: Microscopic traffic modeling and simulation
Keywords: microscopic traffic modeling, cellular automata model, two-dimensional traffic simulation, traffic flow, shortest path algorithm, traffic navigation
Issue Date: 6-Dec-2004
Citation: MARIA LINAWATY (2004-12-06). Microscopic traffic modeling and simulation. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The increase of road traffic volumes leads to the growing demand for better traffic management system. This has led to many researches on traffic to understand the dynamics of traffic flow and construct measures for traffic optimization. In most of the time, traffic modeling and simulation play a significant role.In this work, microscopic model, particularly cellular automata model, is employed to simulate one-dimensional and two-dimensional road traffic, with the focus on the latter. By varying the intersection models and other parameters of traffic system, the dynamics of traffic flow are observed and studied.Additionally, traffic optimization measure using real time navigation system is also proposed in this work. To observe and study how the traffic flow responds to this measure, simulations are carried out using the microscopic traffic flow model.
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