Arterial traffic signal control is a very important aspect of traffic management system. Efficient arterial traffic signal control strategy can reduce delay, stops, congestion, and pollution and save travel time. Commonly used pre-timed or traffic actuated signal control do not have the capability to fully respond to real-time traffic demand and pattern changes. Although some of the well-known adaptive control systems have shown advantageous over the traditional per-timed and actuated control strategies, their centralized architecture makes the maintenance, expansion, and upgrade difficult and costly.CORSIM Usera#39;s Manual, Version 1.03, Federal Highway Administration, Mclean, VA, 1997. Gajjar, G. R., S. A. Khaparde, ... Gartner, N. H., F. J. Pooran, and C. M. Andrews. Implementation of the ... Toolbox 2 Usera#39;s Guide. Natick, MA., 2007.
|Title||:||Development and Evaluation of a Multi-agent Based Neuro-fuzzy Arterial Traffic Signal Control System|
|Author||:||Yunlong Zhang, Yuanchang Xie, Zhirui Ye|