Predicting Traffic lights to Improve Urban Traffic Fuel Consumption. Sanchez, M., Cano, J.C., & Kim, D. In ITS Telecommunications Proceedings, 2006 6th International Conference on, pages 331 -336, june, 2006.
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Modern traffic control systems include smart feedback into the traffic light control system. New ways of improving our transit systems fuel efficiency are now more than welcome due to global warming and oil high price. This paper presents a new approach on how drivers and traffic lights can interact to save fuel. Our preliminary results show that 25% savings are within range in urban circuits
@inproceedings{ Sanchez2006,
  author = {Miguel Sanchez and Juan-Carlos Cano and Dongkyun Kim},
  title = {Predicting Traffic lights to Improve Urban Traffic Fuel Consumption},
  booktitle = {ITS Telecommunications Proceedings, 2006 6th International Conference
	on},
  year = {2006},
  pages = {331 -336},
  month = {june },
  __markedentry = {[dkrajzew:6]},
  abstract = {Modern traffic control systems include smart feedback into the traffic
	light control system. New ways of improving our transit systems fuel
	efficiency are now more than welcome due to global warming and oil
	high price. This paper presents a new approach on how drivers and
	traffic lights can interact to save fuel. Our preliminary results
	show that 25% savings are within range in urban circuits},
  doi = {10.1109/ITST.2006.288906},
  keywords = {global warming;light control system;traffic control system;urban traffic
	fuel consumption;road traffic;traffic control;},
  owner = {dkrajzew},
  timestamp = {2012.01.26}
}

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