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A Novel Approach to Achieve Near-optimal Traffic Distribution by Distributed Decision Making

Publication Date - 2017-08-31 00:00:00

Publication Title : A Novel Approach to Achieve Near-optimal Traffic Distribution by Distributed Decision Making

Publicationed By : Chinmay Bepery

Publication Publication Date : 2017-08-31 00:00:00

Publication Online Link : http://www.irsbd.org/welcome/full_article/42

Publication Description :

The  distribution  of  traffic  in  road  network  is  called  traffic  assignment  (TA).   Finding an optional distribution of traffic in the road network is called traffic   assignment  problem  (TAP).  Advanced  traveller  information  systems  (ATIS)   are  designed  to  provide  real  time  information  enabling  drivers  to  choose   efficiently among routes and save travel time. If we provide travelers real time   information,  we  may  need  rerouting  and  there  may  be  a  problem  such  as   having  congestion  on  the  non-congested  routes.  Hence,  by  omitting  the  real   time  information  provision  we  propose  a  TA  method  which  will  be  able  to   allocate traffic based on the traveller’s own perception of the road network.   Travelers  choose  routes  based  on  their  own  perception  of  road  usages  of  the   road  network.  This  ensures  distributed  decision  making  and  thus  the  traffic   distribution  becomes  near  optimal  which  enables  travelers  to  reach  their   destinations within their expectations.



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