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An intelligent location and state reorganization of traffic signal

    Saeed Behzadi Affiliation

Abstract

In all geo-database related to traffic, beside storing roads data, the information associated to traffic signals such as location, types of traffic signals, side street name, and so on are also stored in that database. In reality, the reason of defining traffic signals for road is the situations and conditions which the roads have. So the existence of traffic signals in the network is related to the parameters of the road. In this paper, instead of storing traffic signal data in the database, a novel method is introduced which implemented on the road network. As a result, the spatial and non-spatial information of traffic signals in the network are extracted based on the location and attribute of the road network. The proposed method is implemented on the network; the result of the intelligent method is compared with the traffic signals information which stored in the database. By comparing the locations and states of proposed traffic signals and the real ones, the overall accuracy for recognizing locations of traffic signal is obtained 94% and the overall accuracy for recognizing states of traffic signal is obtained 89%.

Keyword : Geospatial Information Systems (GIS), network, road, traffic signal

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Behzadi, S. (2020). An intelligent location and state reorganization of traffic signal. Geodesy and Cartography, 46(3), 145-150. https://doi.org/10.3846/gac.2020.10806
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