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pandit2013adaptive


K. Pandit, D. Ghosal, H.M. Zhang and Chen-Nee Chuah, "Adaptive Traffic Signal Control With Vehicular Ad hoc Networks," IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 62 (4), pp. 1459-1471, May 2013.

Abstract

In this paper, we propose to use vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) to collect and speed, aggregate real-time and position information on individual vehicles to optimize signal control at traffic intersections. We first formulate the vehicular traffic signal control problem as a job scheduling problem on processors, with jobs corresponding to platoons of vehicles. Under the assumption that all jobs are of equal size, we give an online algorithm, referred to as the oldest job first (OJF) algorithm, to minimize the delay across the intersection. We prove that the OJF algorithm is 2-competitive, implying that the delay is less than or equal to twice the delay of an optimal offline schedule with perfect knowledge of the arrivals. We then show how a VANET can be used to group vehicles into approximately equal-sized platoons, which can then be scheduled using OJF. We call this the two-phase approach, where we first group the vehicular traffic into platoons and then apply the OJF algorithm, i.e., the oldest arrival first (OAF) algorithm. Our simulation results show that, under light and medium traffic loads, the OAF algorithm reduces the delays experienced by vehicles as they pass through the intersection, as compared with vehicle-actuated methods, Webster's method, and pretimed signal control methods. Under heavy vehicular traffic load, the OAF algorithm performs the same as the vehicle-actuated traffic method but still produces lower delays, as when compared with Webster's method and method., the pretimed signal control

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K. Pandit
D. Ghosal
H.M. Zhang
Chen-Nee Chuah

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@article{pandit2013adaptive,
    author = {Pandit, K. and Ghosal, D. and Zhang, H.M. and Chuah, Chen-Nee},
    title = {{Adaptive Traffic Signal Control With Vehicular Ad hoc Networks}},
    journal = {IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology},
    pages = {1459-1471},
    volume = {62},
    number = {4},
    keywords = {road traffic;vehicular ad hoc networks;2-competitive;OAF algorithm;OJF algorithm;VANET;Webster method;adaptive traffic signal control;delay minimization;equal-sized platoon;heavy vehicular traffic load;job scheduling problem;oldest arrival first algorithm;oldest job first algorithm;online algorithm;optimal offline schedule;position information;pretimed signal control method;processor;real-time speed;traffic intersection;two-phase approach;vehicle-actuated traffic method;vehicular ad hoc network;vehicular traffic signal control problem;Delay;Schedules;Scheduling;Scheduling algorithms;Vehicles;Vehicular ad hoc networks;Conflict graphs;Webster's algorithm;online job scheduling;traffic signal control;vehicle-actuated traffic signal control;vehicular ad hoc network (VANET) simulation},
    year = {2013},
    month = {May},
    publisher = {IEEE},
    issn = {0018-9545},
    doi = {10.1109/TVT.2013.2241460},
   }
   
   

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