Victor L. Knoop

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Recent studies demonstrated the efficiency of feedback-based gating control in mitigating congestion in urban networks by exploiting the notion of macroscopic or network fundamental diagram (MFD or NFD). The employed feedback regulator of proportional-integral(PI)-type targets an operating NFD point of maximum throughput to enhance the mobility in the urban(More)
Word count: nr of words in abstract 149 nr of words (including abstract and references) 5750 nr of figures& tables 7* 250 = 1750 total 7500 Submitted to the 93th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board 1 Knoop and Buisson 2 ABSTRACT Lane changes are important in traffic flow operations. They cause differences in flow over lanes and they may(More)
— Since centralized control of urban networks with detailed modeling approaches is computationally complex and inefficient, hierarchical decentralized methods based on aggregate models are of great importance. In this paper, we use an aggregate modeling approach based on the macroscopic fundamental diagram (MFD), in order to find dynamic optimal routing(More)
Introduction With the rapid increase in vehicle numbers, big cities are suffering from vehicle gas exhaust pollution and serious traffic congestion. According to a European Commission database (2007), road transport is responsible for about 20% of all CO2 emissions within the European Union, with passenger cars contributing about 12%. This fast-developing(More)