|A Framework for Artificial Transportation Systems: From Computer Simulations to Computational Experiments|
|Fei-Yue Wang; Shuming Tang
|Conference Name||The Proceedings of the 8th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems
|Source Publication||IEEE INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS
|Conference Date||September 13-16, 2005
|Conference Place||Vienna, Austria
|Abstract||This paper outlines the basic concepts, major methods, and key issues for the development of artificial transportation systems, which is a natural extension of computer simulations for systems analysis and decision support of transportation systems. The main idea is to integrate various transportation models into “artificial” transportation systems and convert computers into experimental “fields” for transportation analysis and decision making and evaluations. The keys to successful applications of such artificial transportations are the availability of agent-based programming and modeling, large scale distributed computing techniques, and new concepts and methods developed in complex systems, such as, artificial societies, computational experiments, and parallel systems.|
|Keyword||Decision Support Systems
Traffic Engineering Computing
Artificial Transportation Systems
Decision Support Systems
|Corresponding Author||Fei-Yue Wang|
Fei-Yue Wang,Shuming Tang. A Framework for Artificial Transportation Systems: From Computer Simulations to Computational Experiments[C],2005.
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