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  • Authors: Chunkyun Youn;

    Network traffic demand is increasing explosively because of various smart equipment and services on smart era. It causes traffic overload for wireless and wired network. Network management system is very important to control the explosion of data traffic. It uses SNMP to communicate with various network resources for management functions, and creates lots of network management traffic. Those are can be serious traffic congestion on a network. I propose an improving function of SNMP to minimize unnecessary network management traffic between manager and agent for collecting the Trend Analysis Information which is mainly used to monitor and accumulate for a specific time period. The results of test show it has compatibility with the existing SNMP and greatly decreases the amount of network traffic and response time.

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  • Authors: I. Fraser; N. Hoose; J.-M. Hotteau;

    The PLEIADES project is part of the DRIVE II Program. The objectives of PLEIADES are to design, test and evaluate advanced and integrated road transport informatic (RTI) systems for providing traveler information and network management on the road corridor. The corridor consists of routes between London and the English Channel ports, connecting with the Channel Tunnel and other cross-channel seas links to Calais, Dunkerque, then to Paris, Lille and into Belgium. Emphasis is placed on the inter-urban traffic management aspects of the project, which include the linking of traffic control centers to traffic information centers, strategies for network traffic control, strategies for the operation of variable message signs (VMSs), and the collection and distribution of traffic surveillance and fog information.

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    Authors: Igor Kabashkin;

    In the paper the channel reliability of communication network with common set of standby radio stations for real conditions of Air Traffic Management (ATM) is discussed. ATM systems represent essential infrastructure that is critical for flight safety and communication is a key element in the present ATM system. As additional method of improving the reliability of the ATM communication network a dynamic management of backup modes with two-stage mode of redundant elements is proposed. Mathematical model of the channel reliability is developed. Comparative analysis of redundancy effectiveness for developed and used structure of ATM communication network is performed.

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  • Authors: R. Castleman; A.S. Hobbs;

    This paper describes some of the network management and control developments being undertaken by the British Highways Agency. It provides an overview of research activities that are informing the development, and indicate how the results of research may be implemented.

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  • Authors: Martin Berger; Georg Hauger; Bardo Hörl; Michael Klamer;
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  • Authors: Ramon Bauza; Javier Gozalvez; Joaquín Sánchez-Soriano;

    Cooperative vehicular systems are being developed to improve traffic safety and management. Reducing road traffic congestion can be achieved through effective management strategies. In this sense, mechanisms for its rapid and accurate detection that allow evaluating the road network performance are crucial. Current Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) require the deployment of infrastructure sensors to monitor traffic conditions. Their installation is often expensive and their capability to provide accurate traffic information is limited. In this context, this paper proposes CoTEC (COperative Traffic congestion detECtion), a novel cooperative technique based on Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) communications and fuzzy logic to detect road traffic congestion without the need to deploy infrastructure sensors. The proposed technique is also capable to accurately detect the traffic congestion intensity and length.

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    Authors: Boris S. Kerner;

    The minimization of travel times and/or other travel costs in a traffic network based on the state-of-the-art in traffic and transportation research can deteriorate the traffic system considerably, while provoking heavy traffic congestion in urban networks. In this Chapter, we consider an alternative approach for dynamic traffic assignment and control of traffic networks—breakdown minimization principle (BM principle). Methods for traffic control, dynamic traffic assignment, or other types of network optimization based on the BM principle should ensure a minimum probability of traffic congestion in the network.

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  • Authors: Jos Vrancken; O.C. Kruse;

    This paper illustrates intelligent control in complex networks by the example of road traffic management. An important goal in road traffic management, which as yet has been achieved only very partially, is to make the move from local traffic management to network level traffic management. The approach to this goal described here is a combination of top-down control and several bottom-up control mechanisms: top-down control consists of off-line preparation of control scenario's that apply to certain traffic patterns. The bottom-up mechanisms rely on emergent behavior of multi-agent systems: one set of agents is formed by the vehicles, a second set is formed by the nodes and links of the road network. The approach can to a certain extent be generalized to other types of complex networks.

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    Authors: Helen Wang;

    This paper presents a network model which can serve as a framework for generating optimal global congestion-relieving strategies for the flow control problem in air traffic management. The general network model presented here addresses the global problem of optimally combining a number of local strategies to relieve multiple interdependent occurrences of congestion. While several algorithms and techniques have been or are being developed which deal with congestion at one air traffic control element for one time period, the actual flow control problem is concerned with congestion in a dynamic setting occurring at a number of different elements which are interrelated in a complex manner. The network model presented here is designed to work with the Enhanced Traffic Management System (ETMS) project under development at the Transportation Systems Center (TSC) for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

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    Authors: Naishadh K. Dave; Vanaraj B. Vaghela;

    Vehicular traffic is a major problem in modern cities. We collectively waste huge amounts of time and resources while travelling through traffic congestion. Significant savings of fuel and time could be achieved if traffic control mechanism could be effectively discovered. With the advent of increasingly sophisticated traffic management systems, such as those incorporating dynamic traffic assignments, more stringent demands are being placed upon the available real time traffic data.

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  • Authors: Chunkyun Youn;

    Network traffic demand is increasing explosively because of various smart equipment and services on smart era. It causes traffic overload for wireless and wired network. Network management system is very important to control the explosion of data traffic. It uses SNMP to communicate with various network resources for management functions, and creates lots of network management traffic. Those are can be serious traffic congestion on a network. I propose an improving function of SNMP to minimize unnecessary network management traffic between manager and agent for collecting the Trend Analysis Information which is mainly used to monitor and accumulate for a specific time period. The results of test show it has compatibility with the existing SNMP and greatly decreases the amount of network traffic and response time.

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    The PLEIADES project is part of the DRIVE II Program. The objectives of PLEIADES are to design, test and evaluate advanced and integrated road transport informatic (RTI) systems for providing traveler information and network management on the road corridor. The corridor consists of routes between London and the English Channel ports, connecting with the Channel Tunnel and other cross-channel seas links to Calais, Dunkerque, then to Paris, Lille and into Belgium. Emphasis is placed on the inter-urban traffic management aspects of the project, which include the linking of traffic control centers to traffic information centers, strategies for network traffic control, strategies for the operation of variable message signs (VMSs), and the collection and distribution of traffic surveillance and fog information.

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    Authors: Igor Kabashkin;

    In the paper the channel reliability of communication network with common set of standby radio stations for real conditions of Air Traffic Management (ATM) is discussed. ATM systems represent essential infrastructure that is critical for flight safety and communication is a key element in the present ATM system. As additional method of improving the reliability of the ATM communication network a dynamic management of backup modes with two-stage mode of redundant elements is proposed. Mathematical model of the channel reliability is developed. Comparative analysis of redundancy effectiveness for developed and used structure of ATM communication network is performed.

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  • Authors: R. Castleman; A.S. Hobbs;

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  • Authors: Ramon Bauza; Javier Gozalvez; Joaquín Sánchez-Soriano;

    Cooperative vehicular systems are being developed to improve traffic safety and management. Reducing road traffic congestion can be achieved through effective management strategies. In this sense, mechanisms for its rapid and accurate detection that allow evaluating the road network performance are crucial. Current Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) require the deployment of infrastructure sensors to monitor traffic conditions. Their installation is often expensive and their capability to provide accurate traffic information is limited. In this context, this paper proposes CoTEC (COperative Traffic congestion detECtion), a novel cooperative technique based on Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) communications and fuzzy logic to detect road traffic congestion without the need to deploy infrastructure sensors. The proposed technique is also capable to accurately detect the traffic congestion intensity and length.