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Discrete events model for dual mode transport system simulation and evaluation

Abstract : The European project CATS --- City Alternative Transport System --- is developing and evaluating a new vehicle system using a single type of vehicle for two different usages: individual use or collective transport. Real experiments will necessarily take place with a limited number of vehicles and stations. Hence there is a need for evaluation using simulations. INRIA is developing a discrete events simulator for that purpose, based on a previous work done for collective taxis. We present in this paper the model we use for the CATS project. This model rely on an adapted events/decision graph that extends previous graphs. The new feature of this model is the way we deal with two modes that can be extended to many other modes. This work therefore shows on a concrete example a method to efficiently merge multiple modes into one model.
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Sami Mahari, Arnaud de La Fortelle. Discrete events model for dual mode transport system simulation and evaluation. 2nd International Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems, Jun 2011, Leuven, Belgium. 6 p. ⟨hal-00602136⟩



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