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AN OBJECT-ORIENTED APPROACH FOR THE ARCHITECTURE DESIGN OF THE MANAGEMENT OF NARROW PASSAGEWAYS
 

Summary: AN OBJECT-ORIENTED APPROACH FOR THE ARCHITECTURE
DESIGN OF THE MANAGEMENT OF NARROW PASSAGEWAYS
Evangelos I. Kaisar, Ph.D. Candidate, kaisar@wam.umd.edu
Mark Austin, Associate Professor austin@eng.umd.edu
Ali Haghani, Professor and Chairman haghani@eng.umd.edu
University of Maryland
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
1173 Glen Martin Hall
College Park, MD 20742
USA
ABSTRACT
Narrow passageways are a significant source of
traffic congestion and delay in transportation
networks. With traffic volumes expected to increase
significantly in the foreseeable future, the effective
management of these passageways is needed to
mitigate the undesirable impact of these bottlenecks
on transportation system safety, performance and
cost. In an effort to address the significant challenges
associated with the analysis, design, and

  

Source: Austin, Mark - Institute for Systems Research & Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Maryland at College Park

 

Collections: Engineering