Traffic Control for Automated Highway Systems: A Conceptual FrameworkPATH Research Report (1995)
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).
- Express highways--Automation,
- Traffic flow--Mathematical models,
- Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems
Publication DateSeptember, 1995
Citation InformationH.-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/