Game-theoretic routing of GPS-assisted vehicles for energy efficiency

  title={Game-theoretic routing of GPS-assisted vehicles for energy efficiency},
  author={Anil Aswani and Claire J. Tomlin},
  journal={Proceedings of the 2011 American Control Conference},
Congestion on roads and highways is an issue that leads to reductions in the energy-efficiency of travel. Current GPS navigation devices include features which provide turn-by turn directions to vehicles based on real-time traffic conditions, and these features provide an opportunity to improve average fuel consumption. Routing strategies in these devices optimize individual travel times, but theoretical (e.g., Braess's paradox) and empirical results show that this can actually increase… CONTINUE READING
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