A multi-objective interactive system for adaptive traffic control
Dujardin, Yann; Vanderpooten, Daniel; Boillot, Florence (2015), A multi-objective interactive system for adaptive traffic control, European Journal of Operational Research, 244, 2, p. 601-610. 10.1016/j.ejor.2015.01.059
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Journal nameEuropean Journal of Operational Research
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Abstract (EN)In this paper, we consider the problem of adaptive traffic control on single junctions with the three following objectives to be minimized: the total waiting time and the number of stops for private vehicles, and a public transport criterion. This problem being modeled as a multi-objective mixed integer linear program, we provide an interactive system based on an adaptive reference point approach. This system adapts, in real-time, priorities given to the different criteria according to the traffic situation. Formal guarantees are provided on the behavior of our system. A comparison with a standard semi-adaptive system on a simulated traffic shows that it provides significantly better solutions.
Subjects / KeywordsTransports publics; Gestion du trafic; Traffic control; Multi-objective optimization; Interactive procedures; Mixed integer linear programming; Reference point
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