Highway-Traffic Estimation by Linear Programmingby E.L. Killin,
Serial Information: Journal of the Highway Division, 1959, Vol. 85, Issue 1, Pg. 17-34
Document Type: Journal Paper
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Method by which linear programming may be applied to traffic estimation relating to interchange design; use of map, showing area of 50 mi radius with circles at 5, 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 mi radii, divided into 4 radial sectors; estimating ability of population of each sector to draw and originate traffic; results obtained by new method are not significantly different from those obtained by existing procedures.
Subject Headings: Linear functions | Computer programming | Highways and roads | Traffic management | Highway and road design | Mapping | Radiation | Interchanges
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