2 edition of Adaptive fuzzy systems for traffic responsive and coordinated ramp metering found in the catalog.
Adaptive fuzzy systems for traffic responsive and coordinated ramp metering
by Fachgebiet Verkehrstechnik und Verkehrsplanung der Technischen Universität München in München
Written in English
|Series||Veröffentlichungen des Fachgebiets Verkehrstechnik und Verkehrsplanung der Technischen Universität München|
|LC Classifications||TE228 .B62 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 156 p. :|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||2002505903|
In this work, we apply fuzzy logic method to address the traffic density control problem in a macroscopic level freeway environment with ramp metering. The second-order traffic flow model is firstly formulated. Then traffic density is selected as the control variable in place of traffic occupancy. Based on the traffic flow model and in conjunction with nonlinear feedback theory, a fuzzy logic Author: Xin Rong Liang, Di Qian Wang. The ramp flow r(k) resulting from is truncated if it exceeds a range [r min, r max], where r min is a minimum admissible ramp flow and r max is the ramp’s flow capacity. This calculated and truncated ramp flow value is used as r(k−1) in in the next time step, to avoid the well-known wind-up effect of I-type regulators. The application of ramp metering may lead to the formation of an on Cited by:
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This paper considers the problem of building adaptive fuzzy-logic traffic control systems (AFLTCS) to deal with information fuzziness and uncertainty in case of heavy traffic streams. Methods of formal description of traffic control on the crossroads based on fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic are proposed. This paper also provides efficient algorithms for implementing AFLTCS and develops the Cited by: 7. Moved Permanently. The document has moved here.
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Overview of Ramp Metering Due to the growth of metropolitan areas and tightening of fiscal belts, the need for effective and financially viable freeway management tools is unprecedented.
This primer poses ramp metering as a potential tool to address commonly occurring congestion and safety issues. This paper describes new adaptive fuzzy algorithms for coordinated ramp metering. The new model family named ACCEZZ (Adaptive and Coordinated Control of Entrance Ramps with Fuzzy Logic) was developed to overcome the limitations of existing coordinated ramp metering genetic fuzzy ACCEZZ models are explained, evaluated via simulation, and compared to other ramp metering.
Types of Ramp Metering • Stand-alone (i.e., “time of day”) – Often manually operated (switch on, switch off) or simple “traffic cop” management – An isolated, pre-timed location. Not much capability to adjust to traffic demand. – Problems: no way to clear congested queues; not responsive to upstream demand • Local File Size: KB.
Downloadable. This report introduces different coordinated traffic responsive ramp control algorithms, implemented or not-implemented, but based on promising new mathematical techniques. A total of 17 different ramp metering approaches is described.
For the already implemented algorithms, the historical background, the network, the algorithm and the main references are described. A ramp meter, ramp signal, or metering light is a device, usually a basic traffic light or a two-section signal light (red and green only, no yellow) together with a signal controller, that regulates the flow of traffic entering freeways according to current traffic conditions.
Ramp meters are used at freeway on-ramps to manage the rate of automobiles entering the freeway. This paper proposes a nonlinear approach for designing traffic responsive an nd coordinated ramp control using a self-adapting fuzzy system.
The traffic responsive metering rate is determined. Adaptive Freeway Ramp Metering and Variable Speed Limit Control: A Genetic-Fuzzy Approach Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine 1(1) March with.
Learning-Based Control Algorithm for Ramp Metering. A new cooperative control method based on an adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system is described. It can establish cooperation between VSLC and ramp metering. Advanced coordinated traffic responsive ramp metering strategies.
Working Papers, California Partners for Advanced Transit and Author: Martin Gregurić, Edouard Ivanjko, Sadko Mandžuka.
A REVIEW ON ADAPTIVE TRAFFIC CONTROLS SYSTEMS Aavani P1, Mithun K Sawant2, Sneha Sawant3, Sydney Coordinated Adaptive Traffic System (SCATS) and Split Cycle Offset Optimization (SCOOT) and many.
The comparisons of the benefits from past SCATS Ramp Metering System SCATS Ramp Metering System (SRMS) is a SCATS subsystem and File Size: KB. One of the largest systems in the world, it encompasses o traffic detectors and 1, ramp meters.
Currently, ramp metering operations are based on time-of-day tables that are periodically updated and an automatic local mainline responsive algorithm. The SWARM system operates on a two tier approach.
SWARM 1 consists of forecasting and. Ramp metering is commonly used in major metropolitan areas to reduce freeway delay and improve safety. It does this by 1) smoothing the flow of traffic at the merge and thereby increasing effective freeway capacity and safety and 2) reducing the traffic entering the freeway which reduces the.
The Fuzzy Logic Ramp Metering Algorithm was implemented in a manner parallel to the other processes within the Transportation Management Software (TMS).
Fuzzy metering is implemented as the last Traffic Analysis Program (TAP) before the Real Time Data Base (RTDB) is scrolled. All TAPS read an input file created during the data base build.
behavior of the Fuzzy Logic Ramp Metering with that of the Local and Bottleneck ramp metering algorithms (Jacobson, Henry, and Mehyar, ). The scope of the project did not include comprehensive, system-wide testing but rather, preliminary study site testing to determine whether the Fuzzy Logic Ramp Metering Algorithm was beneficial relative.
adaptive ~or trafﬁc-responsive. control. In a ﬁxed-time ramp-metering plan, metering rates are determined based on historical trafﬁc information and established on a time-of-day basis. The adaptive ramp-metering control can be further classiﬁed as local trafﬁc-responsive control and coordinated trafﬁc-responsive con-trol.
Self-Learning Adaptive Ramp Metering Kasra Rezaee, Ph.D. Post Doctoral Fellow Optimal traffic condition 5% - 10% drop in freeway throughput. Ramp Metering Ramp metering (RM) is the use of a traffic signal(s) employed on a ramp to control the pace at which vehicles Local vs. Coordinated 10 14 16 18 20 Time of day (hour)) Base Case.
The Sydney Coordinated Adaptive Traffic System, abbreviated SCATS, is an intelligent transportation system that manages the dynamic (on-line, real-time) timing of signal phases at traffic signals, meaning that it tries to find the best phasing (i.e.
cycle times, phase splits and offsets) for a traffic situation (for individual intersections as well as for the whole network). A method is developed for evaluating traffic-responsive ramp metering strategies and improving freeway performance in intel ligent vehicle-highway systems operations.
The method emulates real-time metering, as currently practiced in the United States and Canada, and traces the interactions between automatic rate selection metering File Size: 2MB. The self-adaptive traffic signal control system serves as an effective measure for relieving urban traffic congestion.
The system is capable of adjusting the signal timing parameters in real time according to the seasonal changes and short-term fluctuation of traffic demand, resulting in improvement of the efficiency of traffic operation on urban road by: 7.
The development of this system was initiated by the California Department of Transportation's (Caltrans) Freeway Traffic Management System in the Los Angeles area.
One of the largest systems in the world, it encompasses o traffic detectors and 1, ramp meters. Currently, ramp metering operations are based on time-of-day tables that Cited by: Papamichail I. and Papageorgious M., Traffic-responsive linked ramp-metering control, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 9(1) (), –  Papamichail I., Papageorgiou M., Vong V.
and Gaffney J., Heuristic ramp-metering coordination strategy implemented at monash freeway, Australia, Journal of the Author: Gan Chai, Jinde Cao, Shaosheng Xu. What is “adaptive” anyway? Signal timing is adapted to the measured traffic in real time Traffic is measured and/or predicted, calculations are made and timing is implemented “Adaptive” systems do not pick the best stored plan to match the measured traffic – that is “Traffic Responsive” (TRPS)File Size: 1MB.This volume develops a variety of adaptive fuzzy systems and applies them to a variety of engineering problems.
It summarizes the state-of-the-art methods for automatic tuning of the parameters and structures of fuzzy logic systems, and shows both the details of how to apply them to a variety of control and signal processing problems, and how to analyze the performance of the resulting systems.5/5(1).SWARM - System Wide Adaptive Ramp Metering.
Looking for abbreviations of SWARM? It is System Wide Adaptive Ramp Metering. System Wide Adaptive Ramp Metering (traffic pattern monitoring) SWARM: Smart Warfighting Array of Reconfigurable Modules (Colorado) SWARM: Stabilised Weapon and Reconnaissance Mount (Thales AFV Systems, UK) SWARM.