Game theoretic control algorithms for urban traffic network

István, Harmati [Harmati, István (Irányításelmélet), szerző] Irányítástechnika és Informatika Tanszék (BME / VIK)

Angol nyelvű Tudományos Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk)
Megjelent: WSEAS TRANSACTIONS ON SYSTEMS AND CONTROL 1991-8763 1 (2) pp. 141-148 2006
    This paper presents game theoretic solutions for the urban traffic control problem. The concept considers the junctions as players in the urban traffic network. In this multi-agent scenario, each junction makes a decision over the green time distribution of its own crossing. A decision made by a junction intends to minimize the number of vehicles within its incoming road-links putting the vehicles to the incoming road-links of neighboring junctions. The coupling effect of decisions made by the junctions (players) generates a conflict situation. The techniques proposed in this paper convert the conflict situation into a game theoretic problem and solve this problem in different hierarchical structures and different cooperation levels (noncooperative Nash strategy and semi-cooperative Stackelberg strategy). Suboptimal solutions to be carried out by junctions in their green time distribution are also provided through an illustrative example of simple traffic network.
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