A vehicular mobility model based on real traffic data.
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VehILux is a new vehicular mobility model based on real traffic counting data.

It relies on two freely available sources of real information for the country of Luxembourg. The first source is traffic data collected by counting devices located on the Luxembourgian road network, while the second is geographical information about differ- ent types of areas: residential, industrial, commercial and other services. VehILux models vehicles commuting around the city of Luxembourg by considering two types of traffic, outer traffic with vehicles entering in the defined geographical area and inner traffic starting from residential zones located inside the geographical area. One part of the collected traf- fic data is used as input traffic, while another part is used to control the produced traffic and to fine-tune the model. VehILux is coupled with the microscopic road traffic simulator SUMO to produce realistic vehicular traces.

Refer to the Technical Overview wiki page for more details.

If you plan to use this project, please cite:

Yoann Pigné, Grégoire Danoy, Pascal Bouvry. A Vehicular Mobility Model based on Real Traffic Counting Data. In Thomas Strang et al., editors, Nets4Cars/Nets4Trains 2011, Volume 6596, Series Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Pages 131-142. ISBN: 978-3-642-19785-7. Springer, 2011.:

@inproceedings{PIGNE:2011,
     author={Pigné, Yoann and Danoy, Grégoire and Bouvry, Pascal},
     title={A Vehicular Mobility Model based on Real Traffic Counting Data},
     booktitle={Nets4Cars/Nets4Trains 2011},
     editor={T. Strang et al.},
     pages={131-142},
     series={Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
     volume={6596},
     publisher={Springer},
     isbn={978-3-642-19785-7},
     year={2011}
}