Simulation multi-agent, SIG, trafic routier, générateur de trafic

Simulation multi-agent, SIG, trafic routier, générateur de trafic

Alexandre Bonhomme Philippe Mathieu Sebastien Picault 

Univ. Lille, CNRS, Centrale Lille, UMR 9189 – CRIStAL (équipe SMAC)Centre de Recherche en Informatique Signal et Automatique de Lille F-59000 Lille, France

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30 June 2016
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Microscopic simulations of road traffic are a typical application domain for Multi- Agent Systems. Indeed, the individual-based approach allows to take into account the diversity of behaviors so as to consider real situations. More recently, geographical databases provide environmental information under open formats, which offers the opportunity to design agentbased traffic simulators which can be continuously informed of changes in traffic conditions. The use of such data, together with the adaptability of MAS, allows the realization of decision support systems that are able to integrate environmental and behavioral modifications in a direct way; and compare various scenarios built from different hypothesis in terms of actors, behaviors, environment and flow. We describe here a process which leads to the development of such a tool


multi-agent simulation, GIS, road traffic, traffic generator

1. Introduction
2. État de l'art
3. Formats de données ouverts
4. Modele de comportement
5. La plateforme Traffic Gen
6. Conclusion et perspectives

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