Evtim Peytchev

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This paper describes the design development of a supervisory traffic decision support system with GIS support developed in conjunction with the real-time traffic control implemented in the city of Nottingham in the United Kingdom. The system architecture is based on DIstributed computers Memory Environment (DIME) harness, which provides communication(More)
Automatic Identification Systems (AIS) currently used to detect and warn about possible maritime navigation collisions are a suitable solution for well equipped ships, but are unfortunately quite expensive and difficult to maintain for small ships and pleasure boats. The Share-Loc project purpose is to design and implement an alternative maritime navigation(More)
The paper discusses the principles and the algorithm of granular analysis of data in a specific context of urban traffic monitoring and control (EIS). The proposed granular information processing enables extraction of information on the pattern of journeys from the detailed traffic counts. This facilitates progression from the local optimisation of traffic(More)
Combined research in the fields of Geographical Information Systems (GIS), transportation modelling and traffic systems has in fact finally reached the point where paths should overlap and continue in better unison between these different domains. This paper introduces methodological and experimental results of several integrated projects that include(More)
Many of the analyses of time series that arise in real-life situations require the adoption of various simplifying assumptions so as to cope with the complexity of the phenomena under consideration. Whilst accepting these simplifications lead to heuristics that provide less accurate, compared to the full analytical description, representation of the(More)
Vehicle to vehicle communication (V2VC) is one of the modern approaches for exchanging and generating traffic information with (yet to be realised) potential to improve road safety, driving comfort and traffic control. In this paper, we present a novel algorithm which is based on V2V communication, uses in-vehicle sensor information and in collaboration(More)
This paper describes the experience gained in the design and implementation of DIstributed computers shared Memory telematics Environment (DIME) for Intelligent Transportation Systems. The DIME telematics system has been developed by the SIM group at The Nottingham Trent University, UK, and its prototype implementation has been deployed in the Nottingham(More)
Vehicle to vehicle communication (V2VC) is one of the modern approaches for exchanging and generating traffic information with (yet to be realised) potential to improve road safety, driving comfort and traffic control. In this paper, we present a novel algorithm which is based on V2V communication, in-vehicle sensor information and inter-vehicle(More)