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ALINEA: A LOCAL FEEDBACK CONTROL LAW FOR ON-RAMP METERING
ALINEA, a new local traffic-responsive strategy for ramp metering, is presented. The new control strategy is based on a feedback structure and is derived by use of classical automatic control…
Real-time freeway traffic state estimation based on extended Kalman filter: a general approach
METANET: A MACROSCOPIC SIMULATION PROGRAM FOR MOTORWAY NETWORKS
A dynamic simulation tool for traffic engineering problems in motorway networks, including multiple origins, multiple destinations and alternative routes, is presented. The basic equations of purely…
Freeway ramp metering: an overview
- M. Papageorgiou, A. Kotsialos
- Computer ScienceITSC. IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems…
- 1 October 2000
Why ramp metering can lead to a dramatic amelioration of traffic conditions on freeways and an overview of ramps metering algorithms, ranging from early fixed-time approaches to traffic-responsive regulators and to modern sophisticated nonlinear optimal control schemes are provided.
Modelling and real-time control of traffic flow on the southern part of Boulevard Peripherique in Paris: Part I: Modelling
Traffic flow modeling of large-scale motorwaynetworks using the macroscopic modeling tool METANET
- A. Kotsialos, M. Papageorgiou, C. Diakaki, Y. Pavlis, F. Middelham
- Computer ScienceIEEE Trans. Intell. Transp. Syst.
- 1 December 2002
The macroscopic simulator METANET, involving a second-order traffic flow model as well as network-relevant extensions, is utilized and a rigorous quantitative validation procedure is applied to individual network links, and subsequently a heuristic qualitative validate procedure is employed at a network level.
Store-and-forward based methods for the signal control problem in large-scale congested urban road networks
Macroscopic modelling of traffic flow on the Boulevard Périphérique in Paris
Exploiting the fundamental diagram of urban networks for feedback-based gating
Applications of Automatic Control Concepts to Traffic Flow Modeling and Control
- M. Papageorgiou
- Computer Science
- 20 April 1983
This research presents a multilevel approach to the solution of optimal control problems in traffic dynamics using traffic flow models as a guide to solve traffic control problems on freeways.