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Deep Learning Based Anticipatory Multi-Objective Eco-Routing Strategies for Connected and Automated Vehicles

  title={Deep Learning Based Anticipatory Multi-Objective Eco-Routing Strategies for Connected and Automated Vehicles},
  author={Lama Alfaseeh and Bilal Farooq},
This study exploits the advancements in information and communication technology (ICT), connected and automated vehicles (CAVs), and sensing, to develop anticipatory multi-objective eco-routing strategies. For a robust application, several GHG costing approaches are examined. The predictive models for the link level traffic and emission states are developed using long short term memory deep network with exogenous predictors. It is found that anticipatory routing strategies outperformed the… 



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