A Fuzzy Logic Ramp Metering Algorithm was implemented on 126 ramps in the greater Seattle area. This report documents the implementation of the Fuzzy Logic Ramp Metering Algorithm at the Northwest District of the Washington State Department of Transportation.
This programmer's guide contains the software design for the new and modified code, the integration procedure, the results of software regression testing, the test results of new functionality, a discussion of the performance evaluation software used, the algorithm's transferability to other regions, and recommendations for the future.
Two other related reports cover the project's research approach, evaluation method, and the results of on-line testing of the Fuzzy Logic Ramp Metering Algorithm, as well as the algorithm design and tuning technique.
May 17, 2007
Cynthia Taylor, Deirdre Meldrum.
Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC)
- # of Pages: 125 p., 229 KB (PDF)
- Subject: Algorithms, Computer programs, Design, Freeway operations, Fuzzy logic, Implementation, Performance evaluations, Ramp metering, Simulation, Software, Testing, Traffic flow.
- Keywords: Ramp metering, fuzzy logic control, intelligent transportation systems, freeway operations, transportation management software, Seattle Metropolitan Area.
- Related Publications:
Algorithm Design, User Interface, and Optimization Procedure for a Fuzzy Logic Ramp Metering Algorithm: A Training Manual for Freeway Operations Engineers, (WA-RD 481.1).
Evaluation of a Fuzzy Logic Ramp Metering Algorithm: A Comparative Study Among Three Ramp Metering Algorithms Used in the Greater Seattle Area, (WA-RD 481.2).
This abstract was last modified April 29, 2008