• Computer Science
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    Journal of Visualization and…
    2014
  • DOI:10.1002/cav.1540

AA-FVDM: An accident-avoidance full velocity difference model for animating realistic street-level traffic in rural scenes

@article{Lu2014AAFVDMAA,
  title={AA-FVDM: An accident-avoidance full velocity difference model for animating realistic street-level traffic in rural scenes},
  author={Xuequan Lu and Wenzhi Chen and Mingliang Xu and Zonghui Wang and Zhigang Deng and Yangdong Ye},
  journal={Journal of Visualization and Computer Animation},
  year={2014},
  volume={25},
  pages={83-97}
}
Most of existing traffic simulation efforts focus on urban regions with a coarse two-dimensional representation; relatively few studies have been conducted to simulate realistic three-dimensional traffic flows on a large, complex road web in rural scenes. In this paper, we present a novel agent-based approach called accident-avoidance full velocity difference model abbreviated as AA-FVDM to simulate realistic street-level rural traffics, on top of the existing FVDM. The main distinction between… CONTINUE READING

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