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International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Research Technology

Volume 3 Issue 8 (August 2017)

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Title : Research on Game Theory of Congestion Pricing and Parking Charging

Authors : Ting Pan, Rende Yu, Bing Liu

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In order to solve the congestion problem of urban road network, managers tend to use means of transportation demand management of road congestion charging in dynamic transport. However, if managers use only one strategy of road congestion charging, this approach needs into a discussion of its universal fairness, and make it easier for road users have a certain contradiction which impedes the implementation of the policy. By analysing the advantages and disadvantages of road congestion charging policy and congested areas of parking policy, and the definition of urban road congestion as quasi-public goods rather than traditional public goods, use conventional economics game theory and economic levers to regulate the traffic demand, combined with the city’s parking policies and urban congestion charging policy two effective means to explore and establish a double-pricing model and make the Stackelberg model solution. This paper attempts to significantly reduce road congestion tax, while the rational allocation of congestion within the parking area, changing part of private cars to travel, to ensure the efficient allocation of urban road resources, in order to achieve ease road congestion problems.

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Title : IOT Based Home Automation Using Arduino

Authors : G.Mahalakshmi, M.Vigneshwaran

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While the cost of living is going up, there is a growing focus to involve technology to lower those prices. With this in mind the Smart Home project allows the user to build and maintain a house that is smart enough to keep energy levels down while providing more automated applications. A smart home will take advantage of its environment and allow seamless control whether the user is present or away. With a home that has this advantage, you can know that your home is performing at its best in energy performance. By implementing this system, it is possible  to explore a variety of different engineering challenges, including software programming, PCB design, Wi-Fi, TCP/IP protocols, Web Server logic design, and other aspects. This automation system  provides  great insights to the challenges of software and hardware design.

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Title : Road boundary detection algorithm based on multi-line 3D laser radar

Authors : Zhi Wei-Zhong, Peng Fei-Wang, Ze Peng-Zhang, Zheng-Yang, Hui-Zhang

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A road boundary detection algorithm based on multi-line 3D lidar is proposed for urban structural road boundary detection. The principle of this algorithm is that the point cloud data is extracted from a certain height road environment based on the existence of a certain elevation transition between the structured road area and the non-road area. Then, the region of interest is divided into four parts based on the radar coordinate system. According to the different regions, the point cloud data with obvious gradient (increasing and decreasing) are extracted by using the data gradient analysis. Finally, the least square method and the uniform non-periodic B - spline curve method are used to fit the road boundary of the straight and the curve respectively. The experimental results show that the algorithm can meet the task of real-time detection of intelligent vehicle road boundary for obstructing whether the road boundary is obstructed and whether the road boundary is continuous with high accuracy and robustness.

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Title : Municipal Waste Management Systems in the Terms of Logistics

Authors : Joanna Bril, Edward Rydygier

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The paper demonstrates the need of use logistic solutions to develop municipal waste management systems. It was shown that waste management logistical systems ensure efficient management of the whole process, are useful for the overcoming of various implementation difficulties, and facilitate planning long-term investments. As an example, the new estab-lished waste management system in the Warsaw, the capital of Poland, was rated in terms of fulfilling the conditions of the logistics system. The effects of the three years implementation of the reform on municipal waste management were summed up. The necessary changes in waste management in Poland related to the transformation of the European Union economy into a closed-loop model have been discussed.

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