ThThe paper discusses the applications of a users oriented system devised to define the localization of urban services based on traffic distribution. The system, urban location interactive system for services (ULISSE), created by the writers, uses a static model of the network and solves an optimization problem oriented to minimize the global access cost (in term of time) faced by clients to a predefined service location, as well as the number of vehicles in the considered road network, which is strictly related to the global traffic pollution. With a client-server structure and a friendly user interface, ULISSE is a tool for interactive applications and decision support systems. As examples, some results are here presented relevant to the field of service allocation and of multimodal transport system planning.

Urban services localisation and optimal traffic distribution: a users oriented system

DE LOTTO, ROBERTO;BIANCARDI, ALBERTO;FERRARA, ANTONELLA
2008

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ThThe paper discusses the applications of a users oriented system devised to define the localization of urban services based on traffic distribution. The system, urban location interactive system for services (ULISSE), created by the writers, uses a static model of the network and solves an optimization problem oriented to minimize the global access cost (in term of time) faced by clients to a predefined service location, as well as the number of vehicles in the considered road network, which is strictly related to the global traffic pollution. With a client-server structure and a friendly user interface, ULISSE is a tool for interactive applications and decision support systems. As examples, some results are here presented relevant to the field of service allocation and of multimodal transport system planning.
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