Support Vector Machine Technique for the Short Term Prediction of Travel Time

@article{Vanajakshi2007SupportVM,
  title={Support Vector Machine Technique for the Short Term Prediction of Travel Time},
  author={Lelitha Vanajakshi and L. R. Rilett},
  journal={2007 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium},
  year={2007},
  pages={600-605}
}
A vast majority of urban transportation systems in North America are equipped with traffic surveillance systems that provide real time traffic information to traffic management centers. The information from these are processed and provided back to the travelers in real time. However, the travelers are interested to know not only the current traffic information, but also the future traffic conditions predicted based on the real time data. These predicted values inform the drivers on what they… CONTINUE READING
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