This paper presents a feedback control design for isolated ramp metering control. This feedback control design, unlike the existing isolated feedback ramp controllers, also takes into account the ramp queue length. Using a nonlinear H∞ control design methodology, we formulate the problem in the desired setting to be able to utilize the results of the methodology.
Feedback control systems; H [infinity symbol] control; Ramp-freeway junctions; Ramp metering (Traffic engineering); Traffic congestion
Controls and Control Theory | Systems and Communications | Theory and Algorithms | Transportation | Urban Studies and Planning
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Kachroo, P., K. Ozbay, and D. E. Grove. "Isolated ramp metering feedback control utilizing mixed sensitivity for desired mainline density and the ramp queues." In Intelligent Transportation Systems, 2001. Proceedings. 2001 IEEE, pp. 631-636. IEEE, 2001.
Grove, D. E.
Isolated ramp metering feedback control utilizing mixed sensitivity for desired mainline density and the ramp queues.
IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems
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