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Perturbation analysis and sample-path optimization: stochastic flow models of urban traffic networks case

Herman Sutarto UGent and René Boel UGent (2009) Interuniversity Attraction Pole IAP VI/4 DYSCO Study Day, Book of abstacts. p.22-22
abstract
Coordination of traffic streams in an urban network, controllable by switching traffic lights, requires a global macroscopic model of the evolution of the flows of vehicle. We propose the use fluid petri nets as modeling tools. For the design of on-line controllers for traffic lights we study the network-wide effects of different local perturbations of the traffic light switching times via fast simulation. The infinitesimal perturbation analysis can under certain conditions lead to optimal closed loop performance
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published
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keyword
fluid petri net, road traffic networks, Perurbation analysis
in
Interuniversity Attraction Pole IAP VI/4 DYSCO Study Day, Book of abstacts
pages
22 - 22
conference name
Interuniversity Attraction Pole IAP VI/4 DYSCO Study Day
conference location
Leuven, Belgium
conference start
2009-11-27
conference end
2009-11-27
language
English
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yes
classification
C3
additional info
Dynamical systems, control and optimization (DYSCO) uploaded document is poster version
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id
1062511
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1062511
date created
2010-10-22 11:14:34
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2010-12-01 11:45:14
@inproceedings{1062511,
  abstract     = {Coordination of traffic streams in an urban network, controllable by switching traffic lights, requires a global macroscopic model of the evolution of the flows of vehicle. We propose the use fluid petri nets as modeling tools. For the design of on-line controllers for traffic lights we study the network-wide effects of different local perturbations of the traffic light switching times via fast simulation. The infinitesimal perturbation analysis can under certain conditions lead to optimal closed loop performance},
  author       = {Sutarto, Herman and Boel, Ren{\'e}},
  booktitle    = {Interuniversity Attraction Pole IAP VI/4 DYSCO Study Day, Book of abstacts},
  keyword      = {fluid petri net,road traffic networks,Perurbation analysis},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Leuven, Belgium},
  pages        = {22--22},
  title        = {Perturbation analysis and sample-path optimization: stochastic flow models of urban traffic networks case},
  year         = {2009},
}

Chicago
Sutarto, Herman, and René Boel. 2009. “Perturbation Analysis and Sample-path Optimization: Stochastic Flow Models of Urban Traffic Networks Case.” In Interuniversity Attraction Pole IAP VI/4 DYSCO Study Day, Book of Abstacts, 22–22.
APA
Sutarto, H., & Boel, R. (2009). Perturbation analysis and sample-path optimization: stochastic flow models of urban traffic networks case. Interuniversity Attraction Pole IAP VI/4 DYSCO Study Day, Book of abstacts (pp. 22–22). Presented at the Interuniversity Attraction Pole IAP VI/4 DYSCO Study Day.
Vancouver
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Sutarto H, Boel R. Perturbation analysis and sample-path optimization: stochastic flow models of urban traffic networks case. Interuniversity Attraction Pole IAP VI/4 DYSCO Study Day, Book of abstacts. 2009. p. 22–22.
MLA
Sutarto, Herman, and René Boel. “Perturbation Analysis and Sample-path Optimization: Stochastic Flow Models of Urban Traffic Networks Case.” Interuniversity Attraction Pole IAP VI/4 DYSCO Study Day, Book of Abstacts. 2009. 22–22. Print.