Guaranteed prediction and estimation of the state of a road network

@inproceedings{Kurzhanskiy2011GuaranteedPA,
  title={Guaranteed prediction and estimation of the state of a road network},
  author={Alex A. Kurzhanskiy and Pravin Varaiya},
  year={2011}
}
The paper presents an algorithm for the prediction and estimation of the state of a road network comprising freeways and arterials, described by a Cell Transmission Model (CTM). CTM divides the network into a collection of links. Each link is characterized by its fundamental diagram, which relates link speed to link density. The state of the network is the vector of link densities. The state is observed through measurements of speed and flow on some links. Demand is specified by the volume of… CONTINUE READING
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