Paper Title:
Expected Value Model for Vehicle Detection Station Location Problem with Random Detection Demand and Different Transportation Cost
  Abstract

Vehicle detection station is the premise of planning other issues of it. In order to reasonably and practically solve the actual location problem of vehicle detection station, considering the influence of the changing of the number of detection vehicles and the different area road conditions, the expected value issue for vehicle detection station location problem with random detection demand and different transportation cost is introduced. In addition, genetic algorithm based on stochastic simulation is used to solve the established expected value model. The above study provides some guidelines for the actual decision-making of vehicle detection station.

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Chapter
Chapter 2: Transportation Planning, Construction and Operation Organization
Edited by
Shucai Li
Pages
542-545
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.97-98.542
Citation
G. D. Tian, Y. M. Liu, J. Xie, Z. J. Lai, X. N. Cao, "Expected Value Model for Vehicle Detection Station Location Problem with Random Detection Demand and Different Transportation Cost", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 97-98, pp. 542-545, 2011
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September 2011
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