The course presents modern methods of traffic management, traffic control strategies and traffic control systems technology.
Last Updated: Aug 22, 2013
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The Princeton Companion to Mathematics
Unparalleled in its depth of coverage, The Princeton Companion to Mathematics surveys the most active and exciting branches of pure mathematics, providing the context and broad perspective that are vital at a time of increasing specialization in the field.
Dictionary of Engineering Terms
A comprehensive dictionary of terms for engineering students containing entries covering the areas of engineering science, electrical and electronic engineering, workshop practices and mechanical engineering. Each entry is defined in plain English and the text is highly illustrated to further aid understanding.
- Highway engineering
From McGraw-Hill Concise Encyclopedia of Science and Technology
: A branch of civil engineering that includes planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of roads, bridges, and related infrastructure to ensure effective movement of people and goods. MORE
- The Mathematics of Traffic in Networks
From The Princeton Companion to Mathematics
: We are all familiar with congested roads, and perhaps also with congestion in other networks such as the Internet, so it is obviously important to have a general understanding of how and why congestion occurs in networks. MORE
- Intelligent Transportation Systems
From Encyclopedia of Energy
: Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) technologies include state-of-the-art wireless, electronic, and automated technologies. Collectively, these technologies have the potential to integrate vehicles (transit, trucks, and personal vehicles), system users, and infrastructure (roads and transit). MORE
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