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From the point of view of the information supplied by an ATIS to the motorists entering a freeway of one of the most relevant is the Forecasted Travel Time, that is the expected travel time that they will experience when traverse a freeway segment. From the point of view of ATMS, the dynamic estimates of time dependencies in OD matrices is a major input to(More)
The purpose of the traffic assignment problem is to obtain a traffic flow pattern given a set of origin-destination travel demands and flow dependent link performance functions of a road network. In the general case, the traffic assignment problem can be formulated as a variational inequality, and several algorithms have been devised for its efficient(More)
Sustainable mobility is not merely a technological question. While automotive technology will be part of the solution, it will also be combined with a paradigm shift from car ownership to vehicle usage, which itself will be facilitated by the application of Information and Communication Technologies that make it possible for a user to have access to a(More)
Origin-Destination (OD) trip matrices describe the patterns of traffic behavior across the network and play a key role as primary data input to many traffic models. OD matrices are a critical requirement, either in static or dynamic models for traffic assignment. However, OD matrices are not yet directly observable, thus, the current practice consists of(More)
Time-Dependent Origin-Destination (OD) matrices are essential input for Dynamic Traffic Models such as microscopic and mesoscopic traffic simulators. Dynamic traffic models also support real-time traffic management decisions and they are traditionally used in the design and evaluation of Traffic Management and Information Systems (ATMS/ATIS). Time-dependent(More)
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