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Traffic Control for Automated Highway Systems: A Conceptual Framework
PATH Research Report (1995)
  • H.-S. Jacob Tsao, University of California - Berkeley
Abstract
This paper proposes a conceptual framework for designing a traffic control scheme. It adopts a top-down approach to defining major design steps starting with high-level feature definition. With the desired features defined, the top-down approach then identifies and defines moves and related planning and movement functions that are required for supporting the desired features. The paper takes a systems view and identifies the safety issues regarding the movement coordination of the large number of vehicles on an Automated Highway System (AHS).
Keywords
  • Express highways--Automation,
  • Traffic flow--Mathematical models,
  • Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems
Publication Date
September, 1995
Publisher Statement
This work was performed as part of the California PATH Program of the University of California, in cooperation with the State of California Business, Transportation, and Housing Agency, Department of Transportation; and the United States Department Transportation, Federal Highway Administration.
The contents of this report reflect the views of the authors who are responsible for the facts and the accuracy of the data presented herein. The contents do not necessarily reflect the official views or policies of the State of California. This report does not constitute a standard, specification, or regulation.
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Citation Information
H.-S. Jacob Tsao. "Traffic Control for Automated Highway Systems: A Conceptual Framework" PATH Research Report (1995) ISSN: 1055-1425
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jacob_tsao/3/