Fuzzy feedback control for real-time dynamic traffic routing: User equilibrium model formulations and controlled design

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The formulation of a system dynamics model for the dynamic traffic routing (DTR) problem is addressed, specifically for the application of real-time feedback control. Also addressed is the design of fuzzy feedback control laws for this problem. Fuzzy feedback control is suitable for solving the DTR problem, which is nonlinear and time varying and contains uncertainties. To illustrate the applicability of fuzzy logic in the design of feedback control for DTR, a simple software simulation was conducted that provided encouraging results.


Dynamic routing; Dynamic traffic assignment; Equilibrium models; Feedback control; Feedback control systems; Fuzzy logic; Fuzzy systems; Real-time control; Real time data processing; Traffic engineering


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