Abdeljalil Abbas-Turki

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In this paper, we propose a new control of traffic lights of a simple intersection, taking into account vehicle behaviour, integral red and orange phases. We consider the intersection as a resource shared between vehicles of two roads. Hence, the control of traffic light signal is performed to take into account each vehicle arrival individually. On the one(More)
Autonomous intersection management (AIM) is an innovative concept for directing vehicles through the intersections. AIM assumes that the vehicles negotiate the right-of-way. This assumption makes the problem of the intersection management significantly different from the usually studied ones such as the optimization of the cycle time, splits, and offsets.(More)
Nowadays, urban environments suffer from recurrent traffic jam with associated side effects. One reason of this is the social implicit priority given to personal cars, which are preferred to public transportation systems the main drawback of which is the time and path rigidity. Recently, some alternative transportation systems have been developed based on(More)
This paper is a step towards a realization of a new way of controlling the ordinary traffic at urban intersections. The right of way is addressed to each vehicle individually, according to an optimized sequence. The paper aims to deepen the feasibility issue of a protocol dedicated to human drivers (ordinary vehicles). The proposed protocol is tested(More)
This paper proposes a new scheduling model for controlling traffic at intersection. These controls are based on new information and communication systems and perform to take into account all vehicle arrivals individually. Vehicles negotiate their time of access through an intelligent device embedded in the intersection, hence there is no traffic light(More)
Traditional traffic control systems based on traffic light have achieved a great success in reducing the average delay of vehicles or in improving the traffic capacity. The main idea of these systems is based on the optimization of the cycle time, the phase sequence, and the phase duration. The right-of-ways are assigned to vehicles of one or several(More)
This paper considers a network of intersections, traversed by autonomous vehicles. Vehicles negotiate the right-of-way before traversing each intersection. The cooperative traffic management at intersections allows high traffic performance at a single intersection. This paper extends the issue of the traffic control efficiency to a network of intersections.(More)