Towards a Personalized Multi-objective Vehicular Traffic Re-routing System
Vehicular traffic re-routing is the key to provide better vehicular mobility. However, considering just traffic-related information to recommend better routes for each vehicle is far from achieving the desired requirements of a good Traffic Management System (TMS), which intends to improve mobility, driving experience, and safety of drivers and passengers. In this scenario, context-aware and multi-objective re-routing approaches will play an important role in traffic management, considering different urban aspects that might affect path planning decisions such as mobility, distance, fuel consumption, scenery, and safety. There are at least three issues that need to be handled to provide an efficient TMS, including: (i) scalability; (ii) re-routing efficiency; and (iii) reliability. In this way, this thesis contributes to efficient and reliable solutions to meet future TMSs. The proposed solutions were widely compared with other related works on different performance evaluation metrics. The evaluation results show that the proposed solutions are efficient, scalable, and cost-effective, pushing forward state-of-the-art traffic management systems.
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