An extensible simulation framework for evaluating centralized traffic prediction algorithms

@article{Wisely2015AnES,
  title={An extensible simulation framework for evaluating centralized traffic prediction algorithms},
  author={Michael Wisely and Ali R. Hurson and Sahra Sedigh Sarvestani},
  journal={2015 International Conference on Connected Vehicles and Expo (ICCVE)},
  year={2015},
  pages={391-396}
}
Due to the increasing popularity of smartphones and in-dash navigation equipment, traffic data gathered by mobile devices has grown in popularity as a basis for predicting traffic conditions. Mobile devices submit location information to a central server, where future traffic conditions are computed. Because this type of system would be expensive to test with real drivers, algorithms for road traffic prediction are often evaluated according to the outcomes of simulations. These simulations… 

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