Microsimulation Models

Course Code:
14MIM
Academic Degree:
master
Study Programme:
Intelligent Transport Systems (N1041A040006)
semesterlanguage
2english
Intelligent Transport Systems (N1041A040007)
semesterlanguage
2czech
Form of Study:
full-time
Credits:
3
Number of Hours:
0 + 3 hours per week - in full-time study
Type of Course:
obligatory
Course Completion:
classified credit
Course Tutor:
 
roh  Training Course:
Ing. Jan Krčál, Ph.D.
Supervising Department:
Department of Applied Informatics in Transportation (16114)
Keywords:
traffic microsimulation, traffic modeling, algorithmization, transportation engineering
Abstract:
Basic knowledge of traffic modeling and simulation will be broaded by the application of traffic control algorithms to traffic microsimulation models used in ITS. These include, for example, the proposal of algorithms for actuated signal control, pedestrian preference, dynamic network routing, road line traffic control, crossing security equipment, and PT preference. Algorithms will be designed, applied, and tested by students themselves.
Objectives:
Extending the competencies of students in the field of traffic modeling and simulation. Traffic microsimulation models will be extended by the traffic control algorithms used in intelligent transport systems.