+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Analysis of Intelligent Transportation Systems Using Model-Driven Simulations

, : Analysis of Intelligent Transportation Systems Using Model-Driven Simulations. Sensors 15(6): 14116-14141

Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSs) integrate information, sensor, control, and communication technologies to provide transport related services. Their users range from everyday commuters to policy makers and urban planners. Given the complexity of these systems and their environment, their study in real settings is frequently unfeasible. Simulations help to address this problem, but present their own issues: there can be unintended mistakes in the transition from models to code; their platforms frequently bias modeling; and it is difficult to compare works that use different models and tools. In order to overcome these problems, this paper proposes a framework for a model-driven development of these simulations. It is based on a specific modeling language that supports the integrated specification of the multiple facets of an ITS: people, their vehicles, and the external environment; and a network of sensors and actuators conveniently arranged and distributed that operates over them. The framework works with a model editor to generate specifications compliant with that language, and a code generator to produce code from them using platform specifications. There are also guidelines to help researchers in the application of this infrastructure. A case study on advanced management of traffic lights with cameras illustrates its use.


PMID: 26083232

DOI: 10.3390/s150614116

Other references

Winslow, A., 1884: Peculiarities Of Weathering In The Pottsville Conglomerate. Science 3(48): 12-14

Schoene Bernd R.; Page Nicholas A.; Rodland David L.; Fiebig Jens; Baier Sven M.; Helama Samuli; Oschmann Wolfgang, 2005: Precipitation and ENSO records (1959-2004) based on shells of freshwater bivalve mollusks (Margaritifera falcata) from British Columbia. Precipitation patterns and watershed dynamics in the Pacific Northwest are strongly influenced by climate oscillations, including the El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO). Therefore, long-term, high-resolution records of this climate variability ar...

Tiedemann, O., 1987: 408 Lep Gelechiidae - Scrobipalpa suaedella Richardson, ein fur Deutschland neuer Kleinschmetterling. Bombus, 2: 300 No. 75

Kem D.C., 1982: The effects of dopamine and metoclopramide on the control of plasma aldo sterone in the rhesus monkey. Federation Proceedings: Abstract 5689

Idé, T.; Mizuta, H.; Numata, H.; Taira, Y.; Suzuki, M.; Noguchi, M.; Katsu, Y., 2003: Dot pattern generation technique using molecular dynamics. We have developed a new technique for generating homogeneously distributed irregular dot patterns useful for optical devices and digital halftoning technologies. To introduce irregularity, we use elaborately designed sequences called low-discrepan...

Szántay, C.; Bihari, M.; Brlik, J.; Csehi, A.; Kassai, A.; Aranyi, A., 1994: Structural elucidation of two novel ergot alkaloid impurities in alpha-ergokryptine and bromokryptine. Two novel natural derivatives (2 and 3) of the ergot alkaloid alpha-ergokryptine (1), as well as their synthetically brominated analogues (5 and 6) were isolated and identified by NMR and MS methods. Compounds 2 and 5 contain what appears to be a...

Silbermann M., 1975: Resorption of mineralized cartilage as seen in condylar cartilage of mice. Anatomical Record 181(2): 541-542

Danek, T.; Janousek, R.; Havlícek, K., 2006: Acute extremity ischemia based on the popliteal artery aneurysm thrombosis--combined thrombolytic and surgical management. Authors present their experience with combined trombolytic-surgical treatment of acute ischaemia of low extremity based on trombosis of popliteal artery aneurysm. This treatment was performed in three patients. Authors compare results of intraarte...

Arshad M.A.; Schnitzer M.; Preston C., 1987: Characteristics of a termite fungus comb studied by chemical and spectroscopic methods. A termite (Macrotermes michaelseni) fungus comb was separated into fractions: base-soluble humic acid (HA) (40 w/w%), base- and acid-soluble fulvic acid (FA) (20 w/w%) and base- and acid-insoluble humin (40 w/w%). Each fraction was characterized b...

Agaimy, A.; Wuensch, P.H., 2005: Perineurioma of the stomach. A rare spindle cell neoplasm that should be distinguished from gastrointestinal stromal tumor. We report on the first case of benign perineurially differentiated peripheral nerve sheath tumor (perineurioma) presenting as a bleeding gastric mass in a 30-year-old, previously healthy woman with no signs or stigmata of von Recklinghausen's...