Presents a solution to the user equilibrium dynamic traffic routing (DTR) problem for a point diversion case using feedback control methodology. The sliding mode control technique which is a robust control methodology applicable to nonlinear systems in canonical form is employed to solve the user equilibrium DTR problem. The canonical form for this problem is obtained by using a feedback linearization technique, and the uncertainties of the system are countered by using the sliding mode principle. Simulation results show promising results.
Feedback control systems; Sliding mode control; Traffic engineering; Traffic flow; Vehicle routing problem
Civil Engineering | Controls and Control Theory | Systems and Communications | Transportation | Urban Studies and Planning
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Kachroo, Pushkin, and Kaan Ozbay. "Sliding mode for user equilibrium dynamic traffic routing control." In Intelligent Transportation System, 1997. ITSC'97., IEEE Conference on, pp. 70-75. IEEE, 1997.
Sliding mode for user equilibrium dynamic traffic routing control.
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