Rym Zalila-Wenkstern is an Associate Professor of Computer Science. She is the director of the Executive Master's of Software Engineering program and also serves as head of the Multi-Agent and Visualization Systems Lab. Her research interests include:
- Software engineering
- Multi-agent systems
- Information visualization
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In this paper, we present DALI, a self-Adaptive, collaborative multi-Agent Traffic Signal Timing system (TST). Intersection controller agents collaborate with one another and adapt their timing plans based on the traffic ...
In this demo we present MATISSE 3.0, a microscopic simulator for agent-based Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). MATISSE provides abstract classes for the definition of vehicle and intersection-controller agents as ...
Implementing effective traffic road reversals is a complex problem: it requires clearing roads from traffic before implementing safe road reversal operations and often results in anomalies in the network topology. Road ...