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Distributed control of urban traffic networks using hybrid models

Nicolae-Emanuel Marinica (UGent) and René Boel (UGent)
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Urban traffic control poses a challenging problem in terms of coordinating the different traffic lights that can be used in order to influence the traffic flow. Model based control requires hybrid systems models consisting of interacting fluid flow Petri net models for controlled and uncontrolled intersections, and cell transmission models for links connecting the intersections. This paper proposes a simulation based distributed model predictive control algorithm for solving this problem.

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Marinica, Nicolae-Emanuel, and René Boel. 2009. “Distributed Control of Urban Traffic Networks Using Hybrid Models.” In Systems and Control, 28th Benelux Meeting, Book of Abstracts, 91–91.
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Marinica, N.-E., & Boel, R. (2009). Distributed control of urban traffic networks using hybrid models. Systems and Control, 28th Benelux meeting, Book of abstracts (pp. 91–91). Presented at the 28th Benelux Meeting on Systems and Control.
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Marinica N-E, Boel R. Distributed control of urban traffic networks using hybrid models. Systems and Control, 28th Benelux meeting, Book of abstracts. 2009. p. 91–91.
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Marinica, Nicolae-Emanuel, and René Boel. “Distributed Control of Urban Traffic Networks Using Hybrid Models.” Systems and Control, 28th Benelux Meeting, Book of Abstracts. 2009. 91–91. Print.
@inproceedings{1061632,
  abstract     = {Urban traffic control poses a challenging problem in terms of coordinating the different traffic lights that can be used in order to influence the traffic flow. Model based control requires hybrid systems models consisting of interacting fluid flow Petri net models for controlled and uncontrolled intersections, and cell transmission models for links connecting the intersections. This paper proposes a simulation based distributed model predictive control algorithm for solving this problem.},
  author       = {Marinica, Nicolae-Emanuel and Boel, Ren{\'e}},
  booktitle    = {Systems and Control, 28th Benelux meeting, Book of abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Spa, Belgium},
  pages        = {91--91},
  title        = {Distributed control of urban traffic networks using hybrid models},
  year         = {2009},
}