Large scale estimation of arterial traffic and structural analysis of traffic patterns using probe vehicles

@inproceedings{Hofleitner2012LargeSE,
  title={Large scale estimation of arterial traffic and structural analysis of traffic patterns using probe vehicles},
  author={Aude Hofleitner and Ryan Herring and Alexandre M. Bayen and Yufei Han and Fabien Moutarde and Arnaud de La Fortelle},
  year={2012}
}
Estimating and analyzing traffi c conditions on large arterial networks is an inherently diffi cult task. The fi rst goal of this article is to demonstrate how arterial tra c conditions can be estimated using sparsely sampled GPS probe vehicle data provided by a small percentage of vehicles. Traffi c signals, stop signs, and other flow inhibitors make estimating arterial traffi c conditions significantly more diffi cult than estimating highway traffi c conditions. To address these challenges… CONTINUE READING

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