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IJCTE 2014 Vol.6(5): 382-385 ISSN: 1793-8201
DOI: 10.7763/IJCTE.2014.V6.894

A Computational Model to Study Urban Traffic Control

Takato Kurihara, Luis Tadeu Raunheitte, Rubens de Camargo, Arnaldo Rabello de Aguiar Vallim Filho, and Julio Petroni
Abstract—The purpose of this paper is to develop a computational model to study vehicle flow on urban roads. The model presents a study undertaken at a two-way intersection where vehicle flow is controlled by traffic lights operating according to fixed intervals of times. This model is computationally simulated using Matlab/Simulink. Several simulations were processed and in practice the model proved to be stable and reliable. It is expected that the results will contribute to the creation of a stochastic predictive model to anticipate situations that lead to traffic jams.

Index Terms—Simulation model, traffic lights, traffic simulation.

The authors are with the Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, Brasil (e-mail: {takato, raunheitte, rubens.camargo, aavallim}@mackenzie.br, juliopetroni@yahoo.com.br).

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Cite:Takato Kurihara, Luis Tadeu Raunheitte, Rubens de Camargo, Arnaldo Rabello de Aguiar Vallim Filho, and Julio Petroni, "A Computational Model to Study Urban Traffic Control," International Journal of Computer Theory and Engineering vol. 6, no. 5, pp. 382-385, 2014.

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