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Cyclists' path planning behavioral model at unsignalized mixed traffic intersections in China

Huang, Ling and Wu, Jianping (2009) Cyclists' path planning behavioral model at unsignalized mixed traffic intersections in China Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine, IEEE, 1, (2), pp. 13-19. (doi:10.1109/MITS.2009.933859).

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Study on the cyclist's path planning behavior in mixed traffic flow intersection is very important. The paper presents a fuzzy logic based behavior model to describe cyclist path planning behaviors at unsignalized intersections in mixed traffic flow situations (with many conflicts among motorcars, non-motor vehicles and pedestrians). Field data have been collected for fuzzy logic modeling, model calibration and validation, and the simulation results are promising. The model can be used in mixed traffic flow simulation and path planning models for Personal Mobility Vehicles (PMVs).

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Published date: 24 September 2009
Keywords: behavioural sciences, fuzzy logic, human factors, path planning, road traffic


Local EPrints ID: 75636
ISSN: 1939-1390
PURE UUID: f1144985-4bf5-4ab6-8b6c-ba20a6683ea3

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Date deposited: 12 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:42

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Author: Ling Huang
Author: Jianping Wu

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