Networks & Heterogeneous Media
2017 , Volume 12 , Issue 2
Special issue on analysis and control on networks: Trends and perspectives
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The paper examines the model of traffic flow at an intersection introduced in [
In this paper we formulate a theory of measure-valued linear transport equations on networks. The building block of our approach is the initial and boundary-value problem for the measure-valued linear transport equation on a bounded interval, which is the prototype of an arc of the network. For this problem we give an explicit representation formula of the solution, which also considers the total mass flowing out of the interval. Then we construct the global solution on the network by gluing all the measure-valued solutions on the arcs by means of appropriate distribution rules at the vertexes. The measure-valued approach makes our framework suitable to deal with multiscale flows on networks, with the microscopic and macroscopic phases represented by Lebesgue-singular and Lebesgue-absolutely continuous measures, respectively, in time and space.
We study numerically a coagulation-fragmentation model derived by Niwa [
We study well-posedness of scalar conservation laws with moving flux constraints. In particular, we show the Lipschitz continuous dependence of BV solutions with respect to the initial data and the constraint trajectory. Applications to traffic flow theory are detailed.
We consider the initial boundary value problem for the phase transition traffic model introduced in [
In this paper we investigate a time-optimal control problem in the space of positive and finite Borel measures on
In this paper we present a macroscopic phase transition model with a local point constraint on the flow. Its motivation is, for instance, the modelling of the evolution of vehicular traffic along a road with pointlike inhomogeneities characterized by limited capacity, such as speed bumps, traffic lights, construction sites, toll booths, etc. The model accounts for two different phases, according to whether the traffic is low or heavy. Away from the inhomogeneities of the road the traffic is described by a first order model in the free-flow phase and by a second order model in the congested phase. To model the effects of the inhomogeneities we propose two Riemann solvers satisfying the point constraints on the flow.
We characterize the space of all exactly reachable states of an abstract boundary control system using a semigroup approach. Moreover, we study the case when the controls of the system are constrained to be positive. The abstract results are then applied to study flows in networks with static as well as dynamic boundary conditions.
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