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Assessing tram schedules using a library of simulation components

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Assessing tram schedules using a library of simulation components
Assessing tram schedules is important to assure an efficient use of infrastructure and for the provision of a good quality service. Most existing infrastructure modeling tools provide support to assess an individual aspect of rail systems in isolation, and do not provide enough flexibility to assess many aspects that influence system performance at once. We propose a library of simulation components that enable rail designers to assess different system configurations. In this paper we show how we implemented some basic safety measures used in rail systems such as: reaction to control objects (e.g. traffic lights), priority rules, and block safety systems.
Elisangela Mieko Kanacilo, Alexander Verbraeck
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where WSC
Authors Elisangela Mieko Kanacilo, Alexander Verbraeck
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