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Citation KeyOliveiraSilvHall:2003:PlBrUr
Author1 Oliveira, Juliano Lopes De
2 Silva, André Constantino Da
3 Hall, Bryon Richard
Affiliation1 Universidade Federal de Goiás (UFG)
2 Universidade Federal de Goiás (UFG)
3 Universidade Federal de Goiás (UFG)
Author e-Mail Address1 juliano@inf.ufg.br
2 andrecons@inf.ufg.br
3 bryon@mat.ufg.br
TitlePlanning brazilian urban traffic with a geographic pplication software
Conference NameSimpósio Brasileiro de Geoinformática, 5 (GEOINFO).
Year2003
EditorCasanova, Marco Antônio
Câmara Neto, Gilberto
Book TitleAnais
Date3-5 nov. 2003
Publisher CitySão José dos Campos
PublisherInstituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
Conference LocationCampos do Jordão
AbstractPlanning and optimizing urban traffic is a difficult problem, with considerable economic and social impacts. The development of suitable software tools to aid municipal governments to control and to improve the traffic flow is urgent due to the increasing number of vehicles in urban areas. However, the development of this kind of software represents a great challenge since the problems to be dealt with in this domain are both computationally and mathematically complex. This article presents a geographic application software as a feasible solution for this problem. The solution is geared towards Brazilian medium to large cities and is based on a mathematical model of the urban traffic. This model is stored in a geographic database and allows the user of the software (typically a traffic engineer) to search for alternative solutions for traffic problems. The software can provide optimal solutions for an important family of traffic problems, namely the Traffic Equilibrium Problem (TEP). This family involves the common hashing problems (e.g. traffic bottlenecks) as well as more sophisticated problems like vehicles pollution minimization. We have developed a prototype of the software and its solutions for the TEP were empirically validated against real traffic data from Goiânia, capital of the Brazilian state of Goiás.
Languageen
Secondary TypePRE CN
FormatCD-ROM; On-line.
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Size435 KiB
Number of Files1
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