THE OPTIMIZATION OF URBAN TRAFFIC THROUGH INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT AND TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
Journal: Applied Computer Letters (ACL)
Author: Marcel Hurd*
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Ubiquitous computing has found application in productive services. In the paper, the author suggested that the proliferation of the smartphones and tablets fostered an ample adoption of Mobile Computing. By using GPS technology, the aforementioned devices are useful to endow users with a robust way to communicate a specific set of information to other users or systems without being noticed. The paper introduces an innovative evolutionary methodology for optimizing urban traffic called Ubiquitous Urban Traffic Control UUTC, which takes advantages of the benefits of ubiquitous computing in intelligent transport and transportation systems. Such paradigm permits the implementation of real-life rules similar to those people usually resort to.