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And Macleod, C. J. ; "Development of a Model of an Urban Traffic System for Closed Loop Optimization Strategies", U T S G Conference, January 1972. 2. ]Fuehrer, H. : "Area Traffic Control - Madrid", IFAC/IFIP Ist Int Symposium, Versailles, June 1970. 3. Gazis, D. C. and Potts, R. B. ; "The Oversaturated Intersection", Proc. nd Int S y m p o s i u m on Traffic Theory, London, 1963. 4. Mesarovic, M. , Macko, D. ; Hierarchial Systems", A c a d e m i c Press, 1970. 5. Robertson, D. I. ; "Transyt: A Traffic Network Study Tool", R R L Report LR.

1966) ,which showed that for the cycle time to vary 50% on either side of the minimum delay point, the increase in delay is only 10%. For reasons of safety, it is necessary to have minimum and maximum greens. e. l i=1'2 (i) 44 where Ui , V i the effective are positive green. intersection. If uI constants. Also, From this it is possible is denoted b y 1-L/C uI + u2 = = EG where EG is to have only one control variable per u , then F i g s . 2 (a) and u 2 = EG - u . (b) gl (t) Gi C ] Time I g2 (t) __ _ _ ~ " G2 I Time Since the delays at an intersection suitable are given by the time spent queuing, state vector is the vector of queues on the two arms.

Since the number of dual variables is the product of the number of queues and the number of periods of optimisation, optimisation is small. Huddart large networks can be handled if the number of periods of At the present time, offline optimisation is performed, (1972), based on average flows of two hours. It is estimated that the present algorithm could tackle the problem of 200 queues for one optimisation period in roughly 5 minutes of computation time on the IBM 370. For on-line control of large systems, it may be necessary to use parallel processors and i t ~ that the hierarchical strategy is best suited.

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