|Modeling Interactions in Artificial Transportation Systems Using Petri Net|
|Fenghua Zhu; Zhixue Wang; Fei-Yue Wang; Shuming Tang
|Conference Name||The Proceedings of the 9th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems
|Source Publication||IEEE INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS
|Conference Date||September 17-20, 2006
|Conference Place||Toronto, Canada
|Abstract||Agents and interactions between them are two key roles in modeling artificial transportation systems. This paper presents a formal theory to describe interactions between agents, which, together with the well developed models to describe components as agents, completes the first step towards establishing the formal structure for artificial transportation systems. By describing individual agents and the interactions between them as independent simple sequence processes and directive communication channels respectively, we models the whole system as one sequential communications system, which is one special type of Petri net. The theory is flexible enough to model diversified interactions between agents, and the resultant model possesses favorable properties. A case study of modeling road network has been conducted for the purpose of illustration.|
Artificial Transportation Systems
Directive Communication Channels
Road Network Modeling
Sequential Communication System
|Corresponding Author||Fenghua Zhu|
Fenghua Zhu,Zhixue Wang,Fei-Yue Wang,et al. Modeling Interactions in Artificial Transportation Systems Using Petri Net[C],2006.
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