Conference Papers

Strategic Behaviour in Dynamic Cities

AuthorMarco L├╝tzenberger, Nils Masuch, Benjamin Hirsch, Sebastian Ahrndt, Axel He├čler, and Sahin Albayrak
SourceProceedings of the 43rd Summer Computer Simulation Conference, The Hague, The Netherlands, pp. 148-155 
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Currently, there are a large number of traffic simulation frameworks available. Usually, the principle of these simulation frameworks is to move vehicles from some location A to some location B as the result of different equations of motion or fluid dynamics. As it is, reality is much more complex because what actually happens between A and B is highly determined by the preferences and attitudes of the driver himself and not just by any mathematical formalism. In this work, we introduce an approach which considers a driver's mind within large scale traffic simulations. For this purpose we describe a BDI based conceptialisation of a driver and extend common simulation topologies with service oriented concepts.