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Three-dimensional Urban Traffic Simulation with ITranS

Paulo G. de BarrosJudith KelnerRodrigo C. FariasDinaldo A. Pessoa

Urban traffic planning has a fundamental role in our society, for it improves the use of traffic roads and optimizes the flow of both vehicles and pedestrians. Nowadays, different mathematical models exist to facilitate this activity. They are virtually built and computer simulated and are basically categorized in two groups: macro and micro-simulation models. The first presents traffic as flow values whereas the second specifies traffic by representing each vehicle. The primary goal of this work was to develop a singular traffic micro-simulation tool using a desktop Virtual Reality (VR) interface and improved steering behaviours. This tool will serve as a basis for the future development of a transit simulator with a distributed architecture.

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