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A Study on Network Based Traffic Signal Optimization Using Traffic Prediction Data
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Network Based Traffic Signal Optimization Using Traffic Prediction Data
Han, Jeong-hye; Lee, Seon-Ha; Cheon, Choon-Keun; Oh, Tae-ho; Kim, Eun-Ji;
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 Abstract
An increasing number of vehicles is causing various traffic problems such as chronic congestion of highways and air pollution. Local governments have been managing traffic by constructing systems such as Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) and Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS) to relieve such problems, but construction of an infrastructure-based traffic system is insufficient in resolving chronic traffic problems. A more sophisticated system with enhanced operational management capabilities added to the existing facilities is necessary at this point. As traffic patterns of the urban traffic flow is time-specific due to the different vehicle populations throughout the time of the day, a local network-wide signal operation plan that can manage such situation-specific traffic patterns is deemed to be necessary. Therefore, this study is conducted for the purpose of establishment of a plan for contextual signal control management through signal optimization at the network level after setting the Frame Signal in accordance to the traffic patterns gathered from the short-term traffic forecast data as a means to mitigate the problems with existing standardized signal operations.
 Keywords
Traffic forecasting data;Signal control;Signal Optimization;Frame Signal;COM API;
 Language
Korean
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