A Weighted Essentially Non-Oscillatory Numerical Scheme for a Multi-Class
Traffic Flow Model on an Inhomogeneous Highway
P. Zhang, S. C. Wong, and C.-W. Shu
As a new attempt in solving hyperbolic conservation laws with spatially
varying fluxes, the weighted essentially non-oscillatory (WENO) method is
applied to solve a multi-class traffic flow model for an inhomogeneous
highway. The numerical scheme is based upon a modified equivalent system that
is written in a `standard' hyperbolic conservation form. Numerical examples,
which include the difficult traffic signal control problem, are used to
demonstrate the effectiveness of the WENO scheme.
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- P. Zhang
- S. C. Wong
- C.-W. Shu
- Publishing information:
- Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 212, 2006, pp. 739-756
- Submitted by:
June 25 2005.
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