• Published 2010

A market-based approach to accommodate user preferences in reservation-based traffic management

@inproceedings{Vasirani2010AMA,
  title={A market-based approach to accommodate user preferences in reservation-based traffic management},
  author={Matteo Vasirani},
  year={2010}
}
Removing the human driver from the control loop by the use of autonomous vehicles and the integration of these with the traffic management infrastructure is a challenging long-term vision for the field of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). Setting out from a recently proposed urban infrastructure that allows for autonomous vehicles to individually reserve space and time inside an intersection to safely cross them, multiagent approaches have been applied to simulate and to manage both… CONTINUE READING

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