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On Traffic Light Control of Regular Towns

Abstract : We present a hierarchical way of designing the traffic light control of regular towns. We first give a a model for light synchronization based on Petri nets and minplus algebra. Using this modelling we decompose the problem in three parts : - computation of the cycle length of each traffic light, - computation of the starting time of each traffic light cycle, - computation of the proportion of the green and red length in a cycle. The example of the Bahía Blanca, city of Argentina, is given.
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Elina Mancinelli, Guy Cohen, Stéphane Gaubert, Jean-Pierre Quadrat, Edmundo Rofman. On Traffic Light Control of Regular Towns. [Research Report] RR-4276, INRIA. 2001. ⟨inria-00072311⟩



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