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Ramp metering: modeling, simulations and control issues

Abstract : The aim of ramp metering is to improve the highway traffic conditions by an appropriate regulation of the inflow from the on-ramps to the highway mainstream. Our presentation rests on several improvements: 1) Our simulation techniques do not need contrarily to other approaches any heuristic fundamental law. 2) There is no need of crucial time-varying quantities, like the critical density, which is most difficult to estimate correctly online. 3) Our feedback loop, which is stemming from model-free control, is easy to implement and shows an excellent robustness with respect to model mismatch. Several computer experiments are displayed and discussed.
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Cédric Join, Hassane Abouaïssa, Michel Fliess. Ramp metering: modeling, simulations and control issues. 3rd Workshop on Delays and Constraints in Distributed parameter systems, DECOD 2021, Nov 2021, Gif-sur-Yvette, France. pp.227-242, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-94766-8_10⟩. ⟨hal-03410667⟩

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