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Autobusy : technika, eksploatacja, systemy transportowe

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Discrete event simulation of Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) systems

Autorzy Daszczuk, W. B. 
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Warianty tytułu
PL Zdarzeniowa symulacja systemów PRT (Personal Rapid Transit)
Języki publikacji EN
Abstrakty
EN The article discusses issues related to the construction of the PRT network simulator and the simulation process: the elements of PRT network structure, their representation in the simulator, the simulation process itself, animation, and automation of the experiments. An example of a simulation environment Feniks is described, elaborated within the framework of the Eco- Mobility project.
PL W artykule omówiono zagadnienia związane z budową symulatora sieci PRT oraz z samym procesem symulacji: struktury sieci PRT, ich reprezentację w symulatorze, przebieg symulacji, animację i automatyzację eksperymentów. Przedstawiono przykład środowiska symulacyjnego Feniks, wykonanego w ramach projektu Eco-Mobilność.
Słowa kluczowe
PL Personal Rapid Transit   PRT   symulacja   Eco-Mobilność  
EN Personal Rapid Transit   PRT   simulation   Eco-Mobility  
Wydawca Instytut Naukowo-Wydawniczy "SPATIUM". sp. z o.o.
Czasopismo Autobusy : technika, eksploatacja, systemy transportowe
Rocznik 2016
Tom R. 17, nr 6
Strony 1302--1310
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 53 poz.,rys., pełen tekst na CD
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autor Daszczuk, W. B.
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