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Date June 29 2011-July 1 2011

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  • Welcome message from the conference general chair

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  • Welcome message from conference program chair

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  • Welcome message from the local host

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  • Organizing Committee

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  • Organizing Committee

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  • IEEE FISTS 2011 — Conference Program Committee

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  • IEEE FISTS 2011 — Keynote speakers

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    Summary form only given. Modeling conduction heat transfer in electronic systems has gained some maturity over the past 3 decades. Although new modeling challenges were associated with 3D stacked dies or packages, some modeling approaches were proposed to handle this rather complicated multiple heat source problem. An even newer problem has started to emerge related to this growing tendency toward... View full abstract»

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  • IEEE FISTS 2011 — Keynote speakers

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    The following topics are dealt with: energy management; information services; traffic data collection; system operation efficiency; transport greenhouse emission; innovative transit system; traffic estimation prediction; transport air pollutant emission; integrated sustainable transportation; air traffic management system; and cooperative system. View full abstract»

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  • General information

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  • IEEE FISTS 2011 — General information

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  • IEEE FISTS — Paper reviewers list

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  • Vienna: Facts & figures

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  • FISTS 2011 author index

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  • Book of abstracts of 2011 IEEE Forum on Integrated and Sustainable Transportation Systems

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    Summary form only given. Provides an abstract for each of the presentations in the conference proceedings. View full abstract»

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  • Content list of 2011 IEEE Forum on Integrated and Sustainable Transportation Systems

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  • FISTS 2011 keyword index

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  • FISTS 2011 technical program Wednesday June 29, 2011

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  • Dynamic ECO-driving for arterial corridors

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    There are a variety of strategies that are now being considered to reduce fuel consumption and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from the transportation sector. One strategy that is gaining interest worldwide is known as “eco-driving”. Eco-driving typically consists of changing a person's driving behavior based on general (static) advice to the driver, such as accelerating sl... View full abstract»

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  • Intelligent time of arrival estimation

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    Traditional time-of-arrival estimation techniques are often used in advanced transportation systems such as in-car navigation systems and fleet management systems. These techniques tend to neglect certain categories of context when estimating a vehicle's time-of-arrival at a given destination. Particularly important categories of such neglected context include driver behavior patterns and traffic ... View full abstract»

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  • Reducing time delays on congested road networks using social navigation

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    Social navigation provides drivers with an advice that aims to shift traffic flows in a network from a user equilibrium to a system optimum. The advice is based on minimizing a combination of the individual travel time and the marginal total travel time in the network. The level of altruism defines the extent to which a driver is willing to sacrifice his own travel time in favor of other drivers. ... View full abstract»

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  • Economic flight operation from FOQA database using correlation analysis

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    This paper presents an economic flight operation. Based on Flight Operation Quality Assurance (FOQA) system, flight performance database from local airline is used for analysis and assessment. Considering the environment difference, there are various methods to estimate the operational fuel consumption by eight continuous flight stages. A correlation statistics is established to look into differen... View full abstract»

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  • Airborne vehicle detection using SURF-descriptors and Support Vector Machines

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    Caused by the rising interest on traffic surveillance for simulations and decision management many publications focus on automatic vehicle detection systems. Vehicle counts and velocities of different car classes are the essential data basis for almost every traffic model. Especially during mass events or catastrophes conventional detection systems do not meet the demands. Thus a more flexible det... View full abstract»

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  • OpenEnergySim: Conducting behavioral studies in virtual worlds for sustainable transportation

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    Intelligent Transport System (ITS) strategies can significantly reduce CO2 emissions of vehicles. Since the impact of ITS measures is highly dependent on driver acceptance and compliance rates, it is important to study the response of human drivers to new ITS strategies (the “human factor”). However, there is currently no low-cost yet effective method to investigate the hu... View full abstract»

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  • Anticipatory driving assistance for energy efficient driving

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    Due to the rising ecological awareness as well as the scarcity of fuel, associated with the rising price of petrol, the demand for economically ideal working vehicles rose. Car manufacturers put a lot of effort in improving the car body, the engine, or the power train of cars. However, the driver can save fuel and money by learning a more efficient driving style, too. Assistance systems can help d... View full abstract»

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  • Optimum principle for a vehicular traffic network: Minimum probability of congestion

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    We discuss an optimum principle for a vehicular traffic network with road bottlenecks introduced by the author recently [B.S. Kerner, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 44, 092001 (2011)]. This network breakdown minimization (BM) principle states that the network optimum is reached, when link flow rates are assigned in the network in such a way that the probability for spontaneous occurrence of traffic brea... View full abstract»

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