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Traffic flow optimisation with load-balanced routing and targeted traffic strategies

Jonas Matthias
2021 Zenodo  
An additional data source is the occupancy of parking spaces which enables directions to a free parking spot eliminating the search.  ...  Traffic flow optimisation with load-balanced routing and targeted traffic strategies  ...  Acknowledgements The development of the NUNAV Traffic Strategies software in the frame of the project "Parkplatzmanagement in Verbindung mit Verkehrsflussmanagement" (Parking management in combination  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5647170 fatcat:qi3jfkxltzcurprxebupqnyjny

How to cluster nearest unique nodes from different classes using JJCluster in Wisp application? [article]

Jimut Bahan Pal
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We also discussed the various optimization algorithms that are pioneer of today's dynamic programming and the need for visualization to find patterns when the data is cluttered.  ...  36.181202 2 Aura Gym, Park Street gym [restaurant, gym] 22.554730 88.352216 0.181536 3.617280 19.925980 3 Elliot Park , Park Street park [restaurant, gym, park] 22.553883 88.352672 0.229147  ...  This marked the beginning of a new field of optimisation problem known as the dynamic programming problem. Scientists subsequently worked on the problem of optimising certain features in a problem.  ... 
arXiv:2002.05886v2 fatcat:c364qakymfhi3o66qfix5rgixi

A framework for the synergistic integration of fully autonomous ground vehicles with smart city

Kaya Kuru, Wasiq Khan
2020 IEEE Access  
decimetre-level accuracy live in Smart City (SC) and their integration with all the SC components and domains using real-time data analytics is urgent to establish better swarm intelligent systems and a safer and optimised  ...  Furthermore, a vacant driverless vehicle can move automatically to remote parking freeing up street parking spaces, which automatically generates uncomplicated road expansion [13] .  ...  street maps are merged to generate a highly detailed 3D dynamic city map as shown in Eq. 4.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3046999 fatcat:35mrkvnj4bgtzarnsl2ctgsx3u

A Reinforcement Learning-based Adaptive Control Model for Future Street Planning, An Algorithm and A Case Study [article]

Qiming Ye, Yuxiang Feng, Jing Han, Marc Stettler, Panagiotis Angeloudis
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The proposed model can dynamically assign ROW for sidewalks, autonomous vehicles (AVs) driving lanes and on-street parking areas in real-time.  ...  Results reveal that our model can achieve an average reduction of 3.87% and 6.26% in street space assigned for on-street parking and vehicular operations.  ...  Thus, a dynamic on-street parking provision scheme represents another essential function of the future road space.  ... 
arXiv:2112.05434v1 fatcat:iqzymfmjpfhoferd7qxebme5ha

Coordination of Autonomous Vehicles: Taxonomy and Survey [article]

Stefano Mariani, Giacomo Cabri, Franco Zambonelli
2020 arXiv   pre-print
., intersections and parking slots) and the execution of mobility tasks (e.g., platooning and ramp merging).  ...  In the near future, our streets will be populated by myriads of autonomous self-driving vehicles to serve our diverse mobility needs.  ...  The approach described in [11] , instead, proposes a dynamic pricing scheme adjusted through a market-oriented optimisation algorithm, so as to let the parking slot manager influence the way in which  ... 
arXiv:2001.02443v1 fatcat:cpr5qinibnbczfu5zekejpobja

Page 19 of Chartered Quantity Surveyor Vol. 10, Issue 7 [page]

1988 Chartered Quantity Surveyor  
Developed with London's leading design practices combines task objectives, actions and checklists with a dynamic programminc ability For further details: PMTC (Computer Software) Ltd, 32 Chapter Street  ...  Optimisation of cut and fill by quantity or volume. DIGI-CALC IS EASY TO LEARN AND SIMPLE TO USE, PROVIDING IMMEDIATE BENEFIT TO THE USER.  ... 

Locating on-street loading and unloading spaces by means of mixed integer programming

Bruno Prata, Leise Oliveira, Thiago Holanda
2018 Transportes  
Using another approach, Boussier et al. (2010) analysed the spatial and temporal dynamics of booking on-street stopping places (to park or to deliver).  ...  The city centre is an area characterised by narrow streets with permission for parking on the right side.  ... 
doi:10.14295/transportes.v26i1.1051 fatcat:tiezcqrgdfat3cyeahe3uep43i

On the Selection of Charging Facility Locations for EV-Based Ride-Hailing Services: A Computational Case Study

Eleftherios Anastasiadis, Panagiotis Angeloudis, Daniel Ainalis, Qiming Ye, Pei-Yuan Hsu, Renos Karamanis, Jose Escribano Macias, Marc Stettler
2020 Sustainability  
A mathematical formulation for the resulting optimisation problem is provided alongside a genetic algorithm that can produce solutions for large problem instances.  ...  Therefore, an optimisation approach is presented to model the placement of CSs with the objective of minimising the empty time travelled to the nearest CS for recharging as well as the installation cost  ...  [12] also considered an itinerary interception with stochastic passenger demand and proposed a bilevel optimisation-simulation model to deal with the dynamic nature of taxi itineraries and the queue  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13010168 fatcat:rybwhpdr2vda7d6yw5ijtz3jvy

Evaluation of Optimization Methods for Estimating Mixed Logit Models

Fabian Bastin, Cinzia Cirillo, Stephane Hess
2005 Transportation Research Record  
We compare a quasi-Monte Carlo method (modified latin hypercube sampling) to a Monte Carlo algorithm with dynamic accuracy.  ...  Numerical tests are performed on two real datasets; stated-preference parking-type data collected in the UK, and revealed preference data for mode-choice collected as part of a German travel diary survey  ...  The five types of parking used in the survey were free-on-street, charged-on-street, charged-off-street, multistorey car parking, and illegal parking, where the design ensured that illegal parking was  ... 
doi:10.3141/1921-05 fatcat:dl6nhk35evardopqev4afnx3me

Evaluation of Optimization Methods for Estimating Mixed Logit Models

Fabian Bastin, Cinzia Cirillo, Stephane Hess
2005 Transportation Research Record  
We compare a quasi-Monte Carlo method (modified latin hypercube sampling) to a Monte Carlo algorithm with dynamic accuracy.  ...  Numerical tests are performed on two real datasets; stated-preference parking-type data collected in the UK, and revealed preference data for mode-choice collected as part of a German travel diary survey  ...  The five types of parking used in the survey were free-on-street, charged-on-street, charged-off-street, multistorey car parking, and illegal parking, where the design ensured that illegal parking was  ... 
doi:10.1177/0361198105192100105 fatcat:lc7csallfza2xm3nzkt2eul4la

Last mile freight distribution and transport operators' needs: which targets and challenges?

Cristina Pronello, Cristian Camusso, Rappazzo Valentina
2017 Transportation Research Procedia  
access to the limited traffic zone (ZTL, Zona a Traffico Limitato); d) real-time dynamic optimisation of routes.  ...  access to the limited traffic zone (ZTL, Zona a Traffico Limitato); d) real-time dynamic optimisation of routes.  ...  The consequence is that it is not easy to optimise the delivery process; • in some cases more than one vehicle is necessary to satisfy the customers of a same street, notably when the street is long and  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trpro.2017.05.464 fatcat:2jqhxrpn2rgntaj5nj5uqouz6m

Cooperative Model for Idle Traffic Optimisation

Hrvoje Baričević, Jasmin Ćelić, Siniša Vilke
2016 Transactions on Maritime Science  
With the technological progress and the development of intelligent sensors it has become possible even to control street parking spaces, which is especially emphasized in this paper.  ...  Intelligent parking systems are used to guide the driver to the available parking space and to provide information on the characteristics of it.  ...  When entering the street or arriving in the port zone where the parking spaces are, vehicles know in advance where to park, thus reducing the need for unnecessary circling in search of available parking  ... 
doi:10.7225/toms.v05.n01.001 fatcat:kye2633jvvcg5fwr6kgv22qwwm

Comparative Analysis of Selected Car Parks

Jolanta Baran, Daria Tandos, Iwona Żabińska
2021 Multidisciplinary Aspects of Production Engineering  
Hence, urban logistics, including the country's parking policy, is extremely important to a significant proportion of citizens. Unfortunately, citizens have different perspectives on parking issues.  ...  In response to the presented issues, a comparative analysis of selected types of car parks was carried out.  ...  Many engineers are intensively researching the possibility of optimising parking policies in city centres and solving a daily problem for hundreds of drivers.  ... 
doi:10.2478/mape-2021-0033 fatcat:websydi5qfd7fhsjbgtem32nqu

Concepts of City Logistics for Sustainable and Liveable Cities

Eiichi Taniguchi
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Figure 3 . 3 Parking space for JDS behind the shopping street.  ...  Digital data can be fully used to optimise the vehicle routing and scheduling planning in a dynamic and stochastic manner (Taniguchi and Shimamoto, 2004; Ando and Taniguchi, 2006) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.10.029 fatcat:jgrgawsqkzewdprdd7kdga5wb4

Modelling and Optimisation of Resource Usage in an IoT Enabled Smart Campus [article]

Thanchanok Sutjarittham
2021 arXiv   pre-print
They comprise diverse facilities such as residences, sport centres, lecture theatres, parking spaces, and public transport stops.  ...  Beijing has also launched a smart parking pilot program [134] , where 35% of on-street parking is monitored.  ...  Our proposed framework shows a potential benefit of dynamic allocation for future car park dimensioning which can be adopted by universities with an aim to optimise the usage of their parking facilities  ... 
arXiv:2111.04085v1 fatcat:3bx5bfg4nfg7xgkyrcey7w3k3a
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