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Global optimization framework for real-time route guidance via variable message sign

@article{Liu2016GlobalOF,
  title={Global optimization framework for real-time route guidance via variable message sign},
  author={Bai Liu and Ke Han and Jianming Hu},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1611.08343}
}
Variable message sign (VMS) is an effective traffic management tool for congestion mitigation. The VMS is primarily used as a means of providing factual travel information or genuine route guidance to travelers. However, this may be rendered sub-optimal on a network level by potential network paradoxes and lack of consideration for its cascading effect on the rest of the network. This paper focuses on the design of optimal display strategy of VMS in response to real-time traffic information and… Expand
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