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Considerations on a Transportation Simulation Design Responding to Future Driving
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Considerations on a Transportation Simulation Design Responding to Future Driving
Kim, Hyoungsoo; Park, Bumjin;
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 Abstract
Recent proliferation of advanced technologies such as wireless communication, mobile, sensor technology and so on has caused significant changes in a traffic environment. Human beings, in particular drivers, as well as roads and vehicles were advanced on information, intelligence and automation thanks to those advanced technologies; Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) and autonomous vehicles are the results of changes in a traffic environment. This study proposed considerations when designing a simulation model for future transportation environments, which are difficult to predict the change by means of advanced technologies. First of all, approximability, flexibility and scalability were defined as a macroscopic concept for a simulation model design. For actual similarity, calibration is one of the most important steps in simulation, and Physical layer and MAC layer should be considered for the implementation of the communication characteristics. Interface, such as API, for inserting the additional models of future traffic environments should be considered. A flexible design based on compatibility is more important rather than a massive structure with inherent many functions. Distributed computing with optimized H/W and S/W together is required for experimental scale. The results of this study are expected to be used to the design of future traffic simulation.
 Keywords
simulation;microscopic model;approximability;flexibility;scalability;
 Language
Korean
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