Partitioning of Urban Transportation Networks Utilizing Real-World Traffic Parameters for Distributed Simulation in SUMO
This paper describes a partitioning algorithm for real-world transportation networks incorporating previously unaccounted parameters like signalized traffic intersection, road segment length, traffic density, number of lanes and inter-partition communication overhead due to the migration of vehicles from one partition to another. We also describe our hypothetical framework for distributed simulation of the partitioned road network on SUMO, where a master controller is currently under development using TraCI APIs and MPI library to coordinate the parallel simulation and synchronization between the sub-networks generated by our proposed algorithm.
Ahmed, Md Salman; and Hoque, Mohammad A.. 2017. Partitioning of Urban Transportation Networks Utilizing Real-World Traffic Parameters for Distributed Simulation in SUMO. IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference, VNC. https://doi.org/10.1109/VNC.2016.7835942 ISSN: 2157-9857 ISBN: 9781509051977