Control in Transportation Systems - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080293653, 9781483157665

Control in Transportation Systems

1st Edition

Proceedings of the 4th IFAC/IFIP/IFORS Conference, Baden-Baden, Federal Republic of Germany, 20-22 April 1983

Editors: D. Klamt R. Lauber
eBook ISBN: 9781483157665
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1984
Page Count: 384
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Control in Transportation Systems covers the proceedings of the Fourth International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC)/International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP)/International Federation of Operational Research Societies (IFORS) Conference on Control in Transportation Systems. The book discusses papers that tackle applications, methodologies, and control problems of surface transportation systems. This text covers topics such as operation of ground transportation systems; availability and safety; and the impact of modeling on the operation of transportation systems. This selection also discusses self-tuning control of multilocomotive-powered long freight trains; fuzzy control for automatic train operation system; and energy optimal control in transportation systems. This book will be of great use to engineers especially those who specialize with transport systems.

Table of Contents

Survey Papers

Operation of Ground Transportation Systems-Traffic Control of Subways

Availability and Safety

The Impact of Modeling on the Operation of Transportation Systems

Session CO 1: Automatic Control of Train Operation

Self-Tuning Control of Multilocomotive-Powered Long Freight Trains

Fuzzy Control for Automatic Train Operation System

The Lille Underground - First Application of the VAL System

Session UT 1: Optimization and Control of Demand Bus Systems

Demand Bus System for Tsukuba Science City and its Simulation Study

Determination of Optimal Path and Allocation of Demand Buses Using Fuzzy Heuristic Approach

Optimal Dispatching Control of Bus Lines

Session CO 2: Control and Optimization Strategies and Maglev Systems

Two Studies on a Computer Aided Train Schedule Adjustment

Digital State Control and Observation of Maglev Vehicle Motions

Requirements of Operations Control for Maglev Transit Systems

Session UT 2: Optimal Routing and Dispatching in Urban Transport Systems

Automatic Routing and Scheduling of a Fleet of Vehicles Providing Door-To-Door Service for Handicapped People

The Conception and Development of an Operation Control System for Flexible Modes of Operation

Allocation Algorithm for Mixed Operation Modes

Session CO 3: Models and Algorithms for Optimization of Train Movement

Energy-Optimal Control in Transportation Systems

Energy Regeneration in Transportation Systems. Methodologies for Power-Networks Simulation

Models and Means of Train Operation Control

A Model of Trains Movement through a Railway Main-Line Controlled by a Computer System

Session UT 3: Optimization of Traffic Flow through Intersections

Distributed Microcomputer-Based Control of Multiple Signalized Traffic Intersections

Determining the Time-Dependent Trip Distribution in a Complex Intersection for Traffic Responsive Control

Maximization of Traffic Flow through Intersection by Branch-And-Bound Method

Feasibility of a Distributed Computer Traffic Control System

Session CO 4: Optimization of Transportation Processes

Design of an Automatic Control System for Train-To-Train Container Transfer

An Optimization Technique of Big Container Transport in Road Network

Optimization of the Data Base Logical Structure

Session UT 5: Control in Highway Traffic

A Comprehensive Control Concept for Merging of Automated Vehicles under a Broad Class of Traffic Conditions

Freeway Traffic Modeling and Control

A Martingale Approach to Estimation and Control of Traffic Flow on Motorways

Session MM: Man-Machine and Training Problems

The Metro Line Simulator of RATP

A Method to Distinguish Safe from Less Safe Driving

Improving the User Guidance of Ticket Slot Machines

Session UT 6: Planning and Control of Urban Public Transport

Floating Traffic Control for Public Transportation System

A New Approach for Real-Time Control of Urban Traffic Networks

Operations Planning and Control in Urban Public Transport as an Integrated Control Loop

Session ASL 1: Safety and Availability

On the Use of a Computer-Aided Specification Tool to Support the Development and Licensing of Safety-Related Systems

Safety, Availability and Cost Questions about Diversity

Control Task Assignment and Systems Availability. Reliability Analysis of Spatially Distributed Microcomputer Control Systems

The Actual Change in Questions of the Proof of Safety and Availability in the Railways Techniques

Session UT 7: Analysis and Control Traffic in Urban Networks

Area Measurement of Traffic Using Photoelectric Elements

Optimal Fixed-Time Vehicular Control for Multi-Junction Nodes Using Mathematical Programming

A Method for Analyzing Traffic Streams in an Urban Network

The PRODYN Real Time Traffic Algorithm

Simulation of Passenger Flows on the Metro Lines

Session ASL 2: Safety and Licensing

Safety Studies for the "Metro de Caracas"

Safety Engineering for an Active Hunting Controller for Bogies in Wheel/Rail Systems

Licensing of Safety-Related Equipment of Track-Bound Transportation Systems

The Use of LSI Circuits in Signaling Safety Systems

Session UT A: Automatic Guidance of Vehicles

Moving-Monitoring System Applied Mark Tracing

Stochastic Models for Estimating the Effectiveness of a Route Guidance System

On Safe Longitudinal Control of Ground Transportation Vehicles

A Velocity-Adaptive, Microprocessor-Based, Vehicle Lateral Controller

Author Index


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D. Klamt

R. Lauber