Dynamic Rerouting in Multimodal Transportation Networks

Abstract : Human mobility within urban areas usually happens thanks to a multimodal transportation system that informs commuters with all the modes of transport that are available from one place to another. However, some paths may become inaccessible due to some disruptions, such as accidents or perturbations. Therefore, an essential service called "re-routing" can be added to the system in order to make it an intelligent transportation system that is able to provide both optimal routes and alternative ones.
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Omar Dib, Alexandre Caminada, Marie-Ange Manier. Dynamic Rerouting in Multimodal Transportation Networks. Thesis day @SystemX, Feb 2017, palaiseau, France. ⟨hal-01586867⟩

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