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An urban traffic controller for signposted road-rail intersections

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3 Author(s)
Elkosantini, S. ; L.O.G.I.Q Res. Group, Higher Inst. of Comput. Sci. of Mahdia, Tunisia ; Mnif, S. ; Chabchoub, H.

The main focus of this research is on the development of bimodal traffic controller for signposted road-rail junctions. The role of such systems is to manage the existing infrastructure to ease congestion and respond to crises. The system seek to have a system that insure a safer and more convenient travel for people. In this paper, the proposed controller is based on case based reasoning (CBR) approach. In fact, the CBR is always considered as a cyclic paradigm of Artificial Intelligence and that is used to learning and problem solving based on past experience. The developed system is tested with on a virtual junction and the obtained results are discussed.

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Logistics (LOGISTIQUA), 2011 4th International Conference on

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May 31 2011-June 3 2011

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