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Modelling Road Traffic Incident Management Problems for Automated Planning

Shah, Mohammad Munshi Shahin, McCluskey, T.L., Gregory, Peter and Jimoh, Falilat (2012) Modelling Road Traffic Incident Management Problems for Automated Planning. In: 13th IFAC Symposium on Control in Transportation Systems. The International Federation of Automatic Control IFAC, Sofia, Bulgaria, pp. 138-143. ISBN 978-3-902823-13-7

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This paper is concerned with the application of automated planning in assisting
the decision making and logistics in the area of Road Traffic Incidents. The characteristics of
this area are that goals must be posed and plans must be output in real time. The domain
is complex, with road topology, information distribution, traffic
ows, driver behaviour, and
highway management controls all potential factors. The representation and encoding of such
domain knowledge, of possible actions and plans, and of potential tasks for the road traffic
accident scenario is thus a crucial but difficult issue. The goal of this paper is to explore
the potential of automated planning with hierarchical object-centred domain models in the
application of Road Traffic Incident Management(RTIM).

Item Type: Book Chapter
Subjects: Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
Schools: Research and Enterprise Directorate
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Depositing User: Syed Shah
Date Deposited: 27 Sep 2012 13:50
Last Modified: 28 Aug 2021 20:35


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