A Frame for an Urban Traffic Control Architecture
Due to its potential for going into details or getting a global view of the system, agent architecture is a good frame to create an urban traffic control system. In fact, the agent architecture has allowed us to design a control system able of coordinating the traffic of a set of cars in certain scenarios, using, as initial core, the car control algorithms. In further steps, a higher level layer with the decision making systems and a lower level layer with the car control actuators have been added to the agents. Finally, the agent architecture can be extended with a higher level layers to control the traffic in critical areas or urban areas.
KeywordsControl Architecture Agent Architecture Advance Driving Assistant System Human Driver Automatic Pilot
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