Willem W. E. Himpe

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Dynamic network loading (DNL) models are at the core of a wide variety of optimization schemes and network analysis tools. In practice this calls for fast and efficient methods to calculate traffic states for various levels of accuracy and numerous adaptations to the boundary conditions. In this paper, we describe the Implicit Link Transmission Model(More)
The problem of determining Ramp Metering control rates, taking into account routing response, is addressed in this paper. We develop Model Predictive Control based Anticipatory control schemes, featuring both centralized and decomposed optimization problems, with focus on real-life deployability. We then evaluate the aforementioned schemes' performances in(More)
Traffic Management and Logistic Optimization have been extensively studied as two separate classes of problems, for which numerous methodologies, mathematical models and algorithmic solutions were made available in literature. However, little attention has been devoted to the interactions between the variables involved in these problems and the consequences(More)
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