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- René Boel, Lyudmila Mihaylova
- IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, 2004
- 2004

Traffic flow on freeways is a nonlinear, many-particle phenomenon, with complex interactions between the vehicles. This paper presents a stochastic hybrid model of freeway traffic at a time scale and at a level of detail suitable for on-line flow estimation, for routing and ramp metering control. The model describes the evolution of continuous and discrete… (More)

The paper is a contribution to the theory of martingales of processes whose sample paths are piecewise constant and have finitely many discontinuities in a finite time interval. The assumption is made that the jump times of the underlying process are totally inaccessible and necessary and sufficient conditions are given for this to be true. It turns out… (More)

- L. Ben-Naoum, René Boel, +12 authors Vincent Wertz
- 1995

In recent years both industry and the academic world are becoming more and more interested in techniques to model, analyse and control complex systems such as flexible production systems, parallel processing systems, railway traffic networks and so on. This kind of systems are typical examples of discrete event dynamic systems, the subject of an emerging… (More)

- René Boel
- 1999

1 Introduction: Hierarchical and modular representation of a timed Petri net model of steel plant

We present an simulation experiment that can be used to asses the impact of using traffic prediction for online control on the performance of communication networks. A server with fixed output link bandwidth and impaired with high priority traffic is considered. The server shares its remaining available rate over K contending low-priority input streams… (More)

- Amadou Gning, Lyudmila Mihaylova, René Boel
- 2008 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium
- 2008

This paper proposes an interval approach to vehicular traffic flow modeling. The developed interval compositional model (ICM) provides a natural way of predicting traffic flows without the assumption of uniform distribution of vehicles along the road. The model can be used for real-time prediction of traffic flows and can be part of road traffic… (More)

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