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“…In addition, the misrecognition of vehicle velocity causes traffic jams. A velocity difference between the preceding and succeeding cars makes a traffic jam at a sag, where the slope changes from down to up [1], as shown in Fig. 1.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
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“…In addition, the misrecognition of vehicle velocity causes traffic jams. A velocity difference between the preceding and succeeding cars makes a traffic jam at a sag, where the slope changes from down to up [1], as shown in Fig. 1.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…The longitudinal movement model comprises free running, car-following behavior based on car-following theory, stop/go, vehicle driving performance (driving power, running resistance and acceleration), acceleration/ deceleration/ stopping at tollgates and deceleration at horizontal curves. The car-following model used in the study is an improved version of a model originally proposed by Koshi (1986) and Koshi et al (1992Koshi et al ( , 1993 and identified by Xing (1992), Ozaki (1994) and Xing et al (1995). The model was proposed to simulate the occurrence of traffic congestion at sag section of motorways.…”
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