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The Tokyo Virtual Living Lab is an experimental space based on 3D Internet technology that lets researchers conduct controlled driving and travel studies, including those involving multiple users in the same shared space. This shared-use feature is crucial for analyzing interactive driving behaviors in future smart cities. The lab's novelty is two-fold: it(More)
Traffic light control is a challenging problem in modern societies. This is due to the huge number of vehicles and the high dynamics of the traffic system. Poor traffic management causes a high rate of accidents, time losses, and negative impact on the economy as well as the environment. In this paper, we develop a multiagent traffic light control system(More)
Traffic control (TC) is a challenging problem in today’s modern society. This is due to several factors including the huge number of vehicles, the high dynamics of the system, and the nonlinear behavior exhibited by the different components of the system. Poor traffic management inflicts considerable cost due to the high rate of accidents, time losses, and(More)
The proliferation of WiFi networks has attracted many research communities to employ WiFi signals in estimating the location of mobile devices in indoor environments. In this paper, we propose a localization framework that is capable of determining the location of mobile robots in indoor limited areas. The proposed framework exploits the random forests(More)
Computable analysis is an extension of classical discrete computability by enhancing the normal Turing machine model. It investigates mathematical analysis from the computability perspective. Though it is well developed on the computability level, it is still under developed on the complexity perspective, that is, when bounding the available computational(More)
In this paper, we introduce a computational framework for studying dynamical systems. This framework can be used to prove the existence of certain behaviour in a given dynamical system at any finite (limited) resolution automatically. The proposed framework is based on approximating the phase space topology of a given dynamical system at a finite resolution(More)
In many applications in Robotics such as disaster rescuing, mine detection, robotic surveillance and warehouse systems, it is crucial to build multi-agent systems (MAS) in which agents cooperate to complete a sequence of tasks. For better performance in such systems, e.g. minimizing duplicate work, agents need to agree on how to divide and plan that(More)
Random occurrences of traffic congestion on freeways lead to system degradation over time. If no smart control measures are applied, this degradation can lead to accumulated congestion which can severely affect other parts of the traffic network. Consequently, the need for an optimal and reliable traffic control has become more critical. The aim of this(More)