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The road network of big cities is a complex and hardly analyzable system in which the accurate quantification of interactions between nonadjacent road segments is a serious challenge. In this paper we would like to present a novel method able to determine the effects (the time delay and the level of the correlation) of distinct road segments on each other of a smart city's road network. To reveal these relationships, we are investigating unexpected events such as traffic jams or accidents. Thisdoi:10.15439/2018f194 dblp:conf/fedcsis/NagyS18 fatcat:labiuq5f7rfrbldqbgrbpnywzi