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Castañeda Alejandro Triana (Pontifical Javeriana University), Guerrero Enrique González (Pontifical Javeriana University)
MITC: An Intention-Based Model for Cooperative Resolution of Traffic Conflicts
Annals of Computer Science and Information Systems, 2014, vol. 2, s. 145 - 153, rys., tab., bibliogr. 18 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Inteligentne Systemy Transportowe, Rozwiązywanie konfliktów, Teoria gier
Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), Solving conflicts, Game theory
Urban traffic problems have become a quotidian problem that affects many cities in the world. This problem, caused by the exponential increase of vehicles, leads to the appearance of different complications such as environmental pollution, accidents and slow mobility. This work formulates MITC, a model of cooperation focused to conflict resolution for the traffic agents, considering explicit communication of their intentions, allowing them to adjust their decisions intelligently, so as to reduce the conflicts and mitigate traffic congestion.(original abstract)
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