Tamás Péter

Tamás Péter
Budapest University of Technology and Economics · Department of Control for Transportation and Vehicle Systems

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
1. Current research interests: Nonlinear modeling of road traffic processes on large networks 2. Methods and techniques they use: Model for the analysis of traffic networks and traffic modelling 3. What they're working on now: Optimal routing of autonomous intelligent vehicles on the network

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Park and Ride (P&R) systems play a potentially important role in transportation planning to decrease the undesirable effects of private cars in the Central Business District (CBD). In order to achieve this objective, an essential component to be investigated is the catchment areas of these P&R facilities. However, a limited number of studies have a...
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In the attempt to study Light Rail Transit (LRT) systems, and their necessary underlying components, such as Park and Ride (P&R) sub-systems, this article aims to showcase the importance of land-use as a criterion in the selection of trip starting locations (i.e., points), that can potentially be used as the basis for quantitative studies on LRT an...
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Various studies on the issues regarding economic and environmental sustainability in inventory management have been investigated by many researchers in recent years. However, the integration of ergonomics as an aspect of social sustainability in an inventory model is still scarce. This paper presents an extension of ergonomic inventory modeling wit...
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The Park and Ride System (P&R) involves a series of facilities distributed across a city, which potentially mitigates emissions generated by congestion of private vehicles in the city center or the central business district (CBD). Since the P&R system is a connection between the private vehicle (PV) and public transport (PT), a modal split is gener...
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The Park and Ride (P&R) system is the point of modal interchange between private vehicles and public transport; thus, P&R has become a tool for transportation planners to reduce pollution caused by private vehicles. The technological advance has led to integrating the electric car into the urban environment and further incorporation in the current...
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The Park and Ride (P&R) system is integrated into the transport infrastructure of a city's urban environment. P&R is an intermodal connection point between private vehicles and public transport, and therefore is considered a fundamental element in transport planning. The planning of a P&R system is linked to numerous parameters related to transport...
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A Park and Ride (P&R) system is an intermodal point where private vehicle users transfer to public transport to make a combined trip. Several researchers have measured the static accessibility of the P&R system. However, studying dynamic accessibility leads to a comprehensive model consisting of a series of elements and steps that allow for travel...
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Abstract: This research work is aimed directly at the study of network traversal, for the design of vehicle dynamics and driving test programs. The work can be applied more widely to the qualification of test tracks. In addition to general modelling, this method can also be used to investigate the formation of loops in order to take into account, t...
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The Park and Ride (P&R) system is a set of facilities available to private vehicle users to transfer to public transportation in order to complete their journey. The location of the facilities is determined by the purpose for which they have been created, for example, to reduce traffic in the central business district (CBD), reduce pollution, or in...
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A Park and Ride (P & R) system is a set of facilities located throughout an urban area that can serve as transfer points for travelers that would like to utilize their private vehicles for one part of their journey and a more sustainable transport mode, such as public transport, for another part of the same journey. The catchment area of the facili...
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A park and ride (P&R) system is a set of facilities where private vehicle users can transfer to public transport to complete their journey. The main advantage of the system is reducing the congestions problem in the central business district (CBD). Thus, the notion of symmetry is particularly important in multi-criteria decision aid (MCDA) because...
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The Park and Ride (P&R) System is part of a set of parking policies provided by Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans (SUMPs) that have been used in developing efficient, safe and environmentally friendly solutions to reduce the undesirable effects of private vehicles in Central Business District (CBD). In fact, the P&Rs are allocated near public transp...
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Park and Ride facilities (P&R) are located in several parts of cities close to public transport stops or stations to intercept the trips of travelers that utilize private cars to go from the outskirt areas of an urban environment to its central locations. P&R systems play a potentially important role in transportation planning to decrease the undes...
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Abstract: The aim of the research is to develop a laboratory model-based diagnostic procedure that performs tests of the motion processes of autonomous electric vehicles in a particular city, on a transport network or track. The test consists of a laboratory based generation of the corresponding speed and steering angle signals, being in accordance...
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The estimation of the required number of P+R (Park and Ride) lots can be a helpful tool for the utilization of Light Railway Transit (LRT) benefits in Cuenca-Equator. We present a parking supply-demand method inspired by many articles based on the number of transit users that arrive at the transfer station stops using the automobile mode to reach t...
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Abstract: The aim of the research is to develop a laboratory model-based diagnostic procedure that performs tests of the motion processes of autonomous electric vehicles in a particular city, on a transport network or track. The test consists of a laboratory based generation of the corresponding speed and steering angle signals, being in accordance...
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On the grounds of our traffic network model developments an exact mathematical model can be created based on the union of different types of transport networks. The initial network is the vehicle traffic network that integrates the public transport network as well. During this study the union of road and pedestrian networks is initially created and...
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A szerzők a járműforgalmi hálózati modellfejlesztéseikre támaszkodva, egzakt hálózati matematikai modellt vizsgálnak a hálózatok uniója alapján. A kiindulási hálózat az a járműforgalmi hálózat, amely magába integrálja a közösségi közlekedés hálózatát is. A munkában először a közúti és a gyalogos hálózat unióját hozták létre, majd a módszert tovább...
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Analysis and research of vehicle dynamics processes is a complex task that should be carried out taking into account the real traffic and environment. To this end, the examined hybrid model is the union of the vehicle dynamics model and the traffic network process model. In their relationship, drivers or automatic pilots play a decisive role, who t...
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Analysis and research of vehicle dynamics processes is a complex task that should be carried out taking into account the real traffic and environment. To this end, the examined hybrid model is the union of the vehicle dynamics model and the traffic network process model. In their relationship, drivers or automatic pilots play a decisive role, who t...
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Current paper presents the analysis of the processes concerning traffic network and the vehicle dynamics circulating on these networks in an integrated system. It highlights the fact that its application under laboratory conditions establishes a new situation for measurement. It points out that the complex research which develops diagnostic techniq...
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The National Committee for Accident Prevention (OBB) of the National Police Headquarters of Hungary (ORFK) has ordered an analytical research on accidents involving cyclists and pedestrians in 2013–14. The Department of Automotive and Railway Engineering at Szechenyi Istvan University Győr has carried out an evaluative and analytical study on this...
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This paper introduces mathematical modelling, the development of diagnostic methods and the design of producing a prototype. Its aim is to establish a new, accredited research laboratory for the testing and quality assurance of hybrid and electric driven vehicles. The task is very complex and it puts special emphasis on environmental and safety iss...
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The aim of this research is to set up a possible model for describing automotive supply chain networks. The work to be presented analyses the real-world environment and its changes in a broader view. The research provides the extension of the mathematical modeling domain, accordingly. The paper studies the basic relational structure of automotive s...
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A jármforgalmi hálózati modellfejlesztéseinkre támaszkodva, további egzakt hálózati matematikai modell hozható létre, a hálózatok uniója alapján. A kitüntetett hálózat a jármforgalmi hálózat, amely esetünkben magába integrálja a közösségi közlekedés hálózatát is. Jelen munkánkban a közúti és a gyalogos hálózat unióját hozzuk létre.
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Modeling traffic processes on large-scale road networks leads to the application of positive non-linear systems, Luenberger (1979). Running profiles can be gained from the applied large-size network model based on previous validations, which are sufficiently complex, complicated and built up by accelerations, decelerations and frequent stops. To de...
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The analyses apply new complex model to analyze both road traffic transport processes and spatial nonlinear vehicle dynamic effects. Therefore also the network traffic processes can be analyzed and in a united system the spatial vehicle dynamic processes realized on networks can be attained. Objective the raising the dynamic safety, risk and hazard...
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In case of the Intelligent Driver Model (IDM) the actual Velocity–Density law V(D) applied by this dynamic system is not defined, only the dynamic behaviour of the vehicles/drivers is determined. Therefore, the logical question is whether the related investigations enhance an existing and known law or reveal a new connection. Specifically, which fu...
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Export Date: 11 June 2015, References: Luenberger, D., (1979) Introduction to Dynamics Systems, 1979. , Luenberger Wiley, New York;
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Optimization of traffic on a large public road network is a complex task. Reversible direction lane theory is an interesting and special method within this subject. This can completely support the fluctuation or alteration of main congested directions existing in the traffic dynamics (time of day, seasonal, etc.) on the existing road surfaces. In s...
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This article studies the processes in large-scaled road traffic networks. The described system applies a new dynamical model considering the real circumstances. The validation of the model is performed with cross-section traffic data and velocity measurement of GPS-equipped cars participating in the traffic. The model was set up during the modeling...
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The systems describing the process of road traffic are large stochastic dynamic systems. The new description of the dynamic model of the system is the base for the calculation and control of the system processes. In this paper we present a domain-level optimal control for traffic networks applying Lyapunov function, and we detail the linkage of thi...
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The Intelligent Driver Model (IDM) is an Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) model which is widely used for longitudinal vehicle motion modeling. The IDM presents important advantages against the other ACC models which are the availability and the intuitive of its parameters. Nevertheless, it presents some drawbacks such us the exceeding of the real vehi...
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The intelligent Driver Model (IDM) is an Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) model whichis wide used in transportation research. Although implementation simplicity in case of simulation, this model has drawbacks in terms of respect of the vehicle's capability and driver safety. This paper presents the state-of-the art of the IDM and the applied modificat...
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Cited By :1, Export Date: 11 June 2015, References: Arneson, H., Langbort, C., Linear programming based routing design for a class of positive systems with integral and capacity constraints (2009) Proceedings of the 1st IFAC Workshop on Estimation and Control of Networked Systems, Venice, Italy, , September 24-26, 2009;
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The paper introduces a method of mathematical modeling of high scale road traffic networks, where a new special hyper-matrix structure is intended to be used. The structure describes the inner–inner, inner–outer and outer–outer relations, and laws of a network area. The research examines the nonlinear equation system. The analysed model can be appl...
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The paper introduces a method of mathematical modeling of high scale road traffic networks, where a new special hyper-matrix structure is intended to be used. The structure describes the inner-inner, inner-outer and outer-outer relations, and laws of a network area. The research examines the nonlinear equation system. The analysed model can be appl...
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In the field of air trac control it is a significant challenge and source of risk that often maximal performance load is charged against the regions of the airspace. Another problem is the fact that if the air trac control is inecient, it brings about substantial excess costs, as well. The article gives a new network model for the analysis of large...
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In the field of air traffic control it is a significant challenge and source of risk that often maximal performance load is charged against the regions of the airspace. Another problem is the fact that if the air traffic control is inefficient, it brings about substantial excess costs, as well. The article gives a new network model for the analysis...
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We examine the modeling of reversible lane system configured on a road part network. The functions of the each network´s elements and contacts between its each element cease in the course of a change and new contacts and new function elements are activated instead of them. This opens the door to a new principled optimal control, which happens to th...
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Our article examines speed and acceleration processes, describing the motion of unique vehicles crossing the large network. We take the real traffic into consideration by obtaining the driving cycle from our macroscopic network model. We grant the traffic changes in the entire network with this model. The unique motion process derived from the mode...
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Optimization of traffic on a large public road network is an undertaking and complex task. Reversible Direction Lane theory is an interesting and special method within this subject. This can completely support the fluctuation or alteration in existing congestional direction of traffic dynamics (time of day, seasonal, etc.) on existing road surfaces...
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In our article measured, we compare the velocity profiles received of the detailed traffic simulation modelled by us in the traffic, as EUDC standard procession cycles employed with the introduction of regulations the EURO3. In the course of this, EUDC principal deficiencies turned into conspicuous visible one. The differences already perceptible i...
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The article presents a Fuzzy-Sugeno type microscopic fol-lower model from the building of the model through a brief de-scription to the evaluation of it. Four other models mentioned in the literature are used for the investigation of the model giving a basis of comparison for the evaluation of the model in ques-tion. The model implements a partitio...
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Video surveillance gathers more and more ground in the area of traffic measurement. Such computer vision applications use a static camera and some kinds of a detection algorithm for identifying moving objects. Background estimation plays an important part in these applications playing the part of generating the ideal background of the video stream,...
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Nowadays, in solving control problems, the processing of the information always involves some kind of measurement and signal processing tasks, as well. This fact has pressed experts focus more deeply on modeling and signal processing techniques and to apply non-classical, artificial intelligence, and soft computing based methods to overcome problem...
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Export Date: 11 June 2015, References: Chamaillard, Y., Gissinger, G.L., Formal and architectural aspects of modelling; implications in the case of vehicles (1997) Control Engineering Practice, 5 (8), pp. 1161-1168;
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Cited By :2, Export Date: 11 June 2015, References: Hitz, K.L., Anderson, B.O., The relation between continuous and discrete time quadratic minization problems (1969) Proc. Hawaii Int. Conf. Systems Sci., pp. 847-850. , Honolulu;
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Unevennesses always present in railway tracks give rise to vibrations in the vehicles moving along the rails. In vehicles equipped with direct friction-brakes, vertical exciting effects act upon the sprung vehicle parts through the brake suspension system with the intervention of friction-forces acting upon the wheel-sets when the brake gear is in...
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As a consequence of variable traffic speeds, vehicles are excited by road profile processes having spectral densities differing from those known from the literature, although stationary in order two. This phenomenon has to be reckoned with primarily in the dynamic design of vehicles operating mostly in cities. A method has been presented for the nu...