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by Yukinko Sekine
Author: Yukinko Sekine
Publisher: Amer Assn for Artificial (July 1, 1994)
Category: Technologies and Future
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When a traffic management system involves many thousands of vehicles using hundreds of streets and highways, it can be difficult or impossible to. .
When a traffic management system involves many thousands of vehicles using hundreds of streets and highways, it can be difficult or impossible to tell whether the network is flowing smoothly and to predict how modifications to dynamic control parameters will affect the system. For large-scale traffic management problems it is both necessary and difficult to assess the current state of the system and to predict the effects of modifications. Autonomous driving (Urmson et al. 2009 ) and a stochastic formulation of route planning (Nikolova and Karger 2008) are other recent topics.
Intelli gent vehicle highway systems are becoming more and more popular in traff ic engineering domain. AI in Intelli gent Vehicle Highway Systems : Papers from the 1993 AAA I Workhop, 1994. One of its components, dynamic traff ic prediction, is recognized to be one of the key concepts to realize good route guidance and traff ic management. Traff ic prediction can be implemented via simulationbased methods, statistical-based methods as well as AI-based methods. In this paper, we give a brief description and analysis of these techniques and give a preliminary report of our o. ONTINUE READING.
Recent papers in Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems. Vehicle-to-vehicle communication for AVCS platooning. These effects are investigated in the context of an Automated Vehicle Control Systems (AVCS) employing vehicle platoons.
Created in 1990 by the United States Department of Transportation, Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems .
Created in 1990 by the United States Department of Transportation, Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems (IVHS). Commercial Vehicle Operations (CVO) involves the application of those IVHS technologies that will enhance the operations of commercial roadway vehicles such as motor carrier fleets, independent truckers, and intercity buses.
Papers from the AAAI Workshop. Yukiko Sekine, Program Chair. However, federal funding is only a portion of the overall IVHS market, which is expected to be a multi-billion dollar market.
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This issue contains 15 papers concerned with intelligent vehicle highway systems (IVHS). Specific topics include: a benefits assessment framework; advanced traffic management and traveler information system architectures; safety; achievable capacities and stream stability; autonomous intelligent cruise control; automatic speed monitors; and roadway electrification in a le facility.
1993 AAAI Workshop on AI in Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems, Y. Sekine, E. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI Press, 1993. B. Barbour and S. J. Russell, "Experiments in adaptive indexing for logic programming," in Proc. ICML-93 Workshop on Knowledge Compilation and Speed-up Learning, 1993. R. Musick, J. Catlett, and S. Russell, "Decision theoretic subsampling for induction on large databases," in Proc.