WIW07360 – Traffic Simulation

Modul
Traffic Simulation
Traffic Simulation
Modulnummer
WIW07360
Version: 1
Fakultät
Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Niveau
Master
Dauer
1 Semester
Turnus
Sommersemester
Modulverantwortliche/-r

Prof. Dr. Matthias Richter
M.Richter(at)fh-zwickau.de

Dozent/-in(nen)

Prof. Dr. Matthias Richter
M.Richter(at)fh-zwickau.de

Lehrsprache(n)

Englisch
in "Traffic Simulation"

ECTS-Credits

6.00 Credits

Workload

180 Stunden

Lehrveranstaltungen

4.00 SWS (2.00 SWS Vorlesung | 2.00 SWS Praktikum)

Selbststudienzeit

120.00 Stunden
120.00 Stunden Selbststudium - Traffic Simulation

Prüfungsvorleistung(en)
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Prüfungsleistung(en)

schriftliche Prüfungsleistung -
Modulprüfung | Prüfungsdauer: 90 min | Wichtung: 100%
in "Traffic Simulation"

Medienform
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Lehrinhalte/Gliederung
  • Modeling and simulation of traffic flow with the help of deterministic models
  • Basics of stochastic simulation, generating random numbers, Monte Carlo Methods, Fundamentals of stochastic processes
  • Stochastic simulation of relevant components of the traffic flow
  • Performing experiments in micro simulation based on own programs developed with the help of standard software (MATLAB)
  • Transport planning, 4-step model (trip generation, trip distribution, mode choice, route assignment), with a focus on analyzing and comparing several route choice models
  • Implementation in macroscopic and microscopic traffic simulation tools (VISUM / VISSIM)
Qualifikationsziele

After successful completion of the module "Traffic simulation" students are able to analyze complex relationships in various transport systems with the help of simulation methods.

They can model, reproduce and forecast corresponding effects with software tools and have insights in the underlying models and theories.

Especially, they know the most important models and methods for macroscopic and microscopic traffic simulation and are able to develop their own simulation models as well as to extract and interpret the appropriate results.

Based on solid mathematical and statistical foundations, students gain insight in the basic principles, advantages, but also limits of traffic simulation methods. 

Sozial- und Selbstkompetenzen
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Besondere Zulassungsvoraussetzung

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Empfohlene Voraussetzungen

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Fortsetzungsmöglichkeiten
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Literatur
  • Hensher, D.A./Button, K.J. (eds): Handbook of Transport Modelling, Elsevier, Oxford, 2007.
  • Moeschlin O., Grycko E., Pohl C., Steinert F.: Experimental Stochstics, Springer, Berlin Heidelberg,  2003.
  • Schnabel, W./Lohse, D.: Grundlagen der Straßenverkehrstechnik und der Verkehrsplanung, Bd. 1,2, Beuth Verlag, Berlin Wien Zürich, 2011.
  • Treiber, M., Kesting, A.: Traffic Flow Dynamics. Data, Models and Simulation,  Springer, Berlin Heidelberg,  2013.
Hinweise
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