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Kerner, Boris S.

Breakdown in Traffic Networks

Kerner, Boris S. - Breakdown in Traffic Networks, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction—The Reason for Paradigm Shift in Transportation Science
Boris S. Kerner

2. Achievements of Empirical Studies of Traffic Breakdown at Highway Bottlenecks
Boris S. Kerner

3. Nucleation Nature of Traffic Breakdown—Empirical Fundamental of Transportation Science
Boris S. Kerner

4. Failure of Generally Accepted Classical Traffic Flow Theories
Boris S. Kerner

5. Theoretical Fundamental of Transportation Science—The Three-Phase Theory
Boris S. Kerner

6. Effect of Automatic Driving on Probability ofBreakdown in Traffic Networks
Boris S. Kerner

7. Future Automatic Driving Based on Three-Phase Theory
Boris S. Kerner

8. The Reason for Incommensurability of Three-Phase Theory with Classical Traffic Flow Theories
Boris S. Kerner

9. Time-Delayed Breakdown at Traffic Signal in City Traffic
Boris S. Kerner

10. Theoretical Fundamental of Transportation Science—Breakdown Minimization (BM) Principle
Boris S. Kerner

11. Maximization of Network Throughput Ensuring Free Flow Conditions in Network
Boris S. Kerner

12. Minimization of Traffic Congestion in Networks
Boris S. Kerner

13. Deterioration of Traffic System Through Standard Dynamic Traffic Assignment in Networks
Boris S. Kerner

14. Discussion of Future Dynamic Traffic Assignment and Control in Networks
Boris S. Kerner

15. Conclusions and Outlook
Boris S. Kerner

Keywords: Engineering, Transportation Technology and Traffic Engineering, Data-driven Science, Modeling and Theory Building, Complexity, Applications of Graph Theory and Complex Networks

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
29 pages
Category
Technology, Energy, Traffic
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783662544730
Printed ISBN
978-3-662-54471-6

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