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Stochastic modeling and simulation of multi-lane traffic

Dundon, N. and Sopasakis, Alexandros LU (2007) 17th International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory (ISTTT17 2007) In Transportation and Traffic Theory 2007. Papers selected for presentation at ISTTT17, a peer reviewed series since 1959 p.661-689
Abstract
A multi-lane traffic flow model based on stochastic noise driven dynamics is introduced and analyzed. The model employs conservative anisotropic Arrhenius spin-exchange (surfacediffusion) dynamics. We generate an asymmetric simple exclusion process to model vehicleinteractions. Vehicles react and advance based on the energy profile of their surrounding trafficthrough a novel look-ahead asymmetric interaction potential. The resulting vehicular trafficmodel is numerically implemented via kinetic Monte Carlo simulations and scrutinized under basic traffic flow situations.
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Transportation and Traffic Theory 2007. Papers selected for presentation at ISTTT17, a peer reviewed series since 1959
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Allsop, Richard E.; Bell, Michael G. H. and Heydecker, Benjamin G.
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29 pages
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Elsevier
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17th International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory (ISTTT17 2007)
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0-08-045375-9
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