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Information technology, geographic information systems, and artificial intelligence.

Author: National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board.; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board. Committee on Information Systems and Technology.; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board. Committee on Geographic Information Science and Applications.; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board. Committee on Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing Applications.
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Transportation Research Board, 2007.
Series: Transportation research record, 2024.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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TRR no. 2024 includes 14 papers that explore nontraditional traffic monitoring systems; automated identification of traffic patterns; stochastic short-term traffic flow forecasting; transportation asset management and visualization; data collection based on Global Positioning System; evaluating highway capacity investments using a geographic information systems-based tool; and visualizing and analyzing activities in  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board.; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board. Committee on Information Systems and Technology.; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board. Committee on Geographic Information Science and Applications.; National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board. Committee on Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing Applications.
ISBN: 9780309104517 0309104513
OCLC Number: 191957218
Notes: "Journal of the Transportation Research Board."
"A peer-reviewed publication."
Papers sponsored by Information Systems and Technology Committee, Geographic Information Science and Applications Committee, and Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Computing Applications Committee.
Description: vii, 125 pages : illustrations, charts, maps, plan ; 28 cm.
Contents: Information technology used to evaluate nontraditional traffic monitoring systems / Jianhua Guo, Brian L. Smith, Guimin Zhang --
Quantum-frequency algorithm for automated identification of traffic patterns / Ramkumar Venkatanarayana, Brian L. Smith, Michael J. Demetsky --
Data collection time intervals for stochastic short-term traffic flow forecasting / Jianhua Guo, Billy M. Williams, Brian L. Smith --
Transportation asset management and visualization using semantic models and Google Earth / Michael T. Darter, Ty A. Lasky, Bahram Ravani --
Data collection based on Global Positioning System for travel time and delay for arterial roadway network / Changxuan Pan [and three others] --
Evaluating highway capacity investments using a geographic information systems-based tool : trip-based full marginal cost approach / Kaan Ozbay [and three others] --
Visualizing and analyzing activities in an integrated space-time environment : temporal geographic information system design and implementation / Hongbo Yu --
Bayesian approach based on geographic information system to identify hazardous roadway segments for traffic crashes / Linhua Li, Yunlong Zhang --
Wavelet-based pavement distress image edge detection with à trous algorithm / Kelvin C.P. Wang, Qiang Li, Weiguo Gong --
Fuzzy optimization approach : comparison with the classical optimization method using the problem of timing a traffic signal / Y. Sazi Murat, Shinya Kikuchi --
Forecasting of short-term freeway volume with v-support vector machines / Yunlong Zhang, Yuanchang Xie --
Decision support system for predicting traffic diversion impact across transportation networks using support vector regression / Parth Bhavsar [and four others] --
Methodology for selection and development of TransXML schemas / Paul Scarponcini --
Adaptive seasonal time series models for forecasting short-term traffic flow / Shashank Shekhar, Billy M. Williams.
Series Title: Transportation research record, 2024.
Other Titles: IT, GIS, and AI
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TRR no. 2024 includes 14 papers that explore nontraditional traffic monitoring systems; automated identification of traffic patterns; stochastic short-term traffic flow forecasting; transportation asset management and visualization; data collection based on Global Positioning System; evaluating highway capacity investments using a geographic information systems-based tool; and visualizing and analyzing activities in an integrated space-time environment. This issue of the TRR also examines a geographic information system-based approach to identify hazardous roadway segments; wavelet-based pavement distress image edge detection; traffic signal timing using the fuzzy optimization approach; and the forecasting of short-term freeway volume. In addition, this TRR reviews the decision support system for predicting traffic diversion impact across transportation networks; selection and development of TransXML schemas; and forecasting short-term traffic flow.

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