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Validity of microscopic modelling of motorway traffic

Validity of microscopic modelling of motorway traffic
Validity of microscopic modelling of motorway traffic
Developments have recently been made in increasing the quality of data available for the calibration of microscopic simulation models, and several techniques devised for high accuracy collection. Little consideration has been given however to the acceptability of the microscopic models themselves. This paper describes the broad features of car following models in current use, their data requirements and above all, examine the pertinence of current validation techniques to the processes under examination and their intended uses.

0780321359
576-581
IEEE
Brackstone, M.
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McDonald, M.
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Brackstone, M.
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McDonald, M.
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Brackstone, M. and McDonald, M. (1994) Validity of microscopic modelling of motorway traffic. In Proceedings of the Intelligent Vehicle Symposium. IEEE. pp. 576-581 . (doi:10.1109/IVS.1994.639581).

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Developments have recently been made in increasing the quality of data available for the calibration of microscopic simulation models, and several techniques devised for high accuracy collection. Little consideration has been given however to the acceptability of the microscopic models themselves. This paper describes the broad features of car following models in current use, their data requirements and above all, examine the pertinence of current validation techniques to the processes under examination and their intended uses.

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Published date: 1994

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Local EPrints ID: 75546
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/75546
ISBN: 0780321359
PURE UUID: 39d7787a-d004-486f-b93b-5f108af9bc90

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Author: M. Brackstone
Author: M. McDonald

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