According to the basic definition, navigation consists of two fundamental components: positioning and guidance. Thus, many applications within intelligent transportation systems (ITS) are not only based on position determination but are also essentially dealing with problems of vehicle and traffic guidance. This applies to land-based systems and maritime and aeronautic applications as well. Guidance in its turn is very often based on routing problems as the optimal path, the traveling salesman problem (TSP), etc.
KeywordsShort Path Destination Node Travel Salesman Problem Vehicle Rout Problem Start Node
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