Analytical Hierarchy Process Using Fuzzy Inference Technique for Real-Time Route Guidance System

This paper focuses on an optimum route search function in the in-vehicle routing guidance system. For a dynamic route guidance system (DRGS), it should provide dynamic routing advice based on real-time traffic information and traffic conditions, such as congestion and roadwork. However, considering all these situations in traditional methods makes it very difficult to identify a valid mathematical model. To realize the DRGS, this paper proposes the analytical hierarchy process (AHP) using a fuzzy inference technique based on the real-time traffic information. This AHP-FUZZY approach is a multicriterion combination system. The nature of the AHP-FUZZY approach is a pairwise comparison, which is expressed by the fuzzy inference techniques, to achieve the weights of the attributes. The hierarchy structure of the AHP-FUZZY approach can greatly simplify the definition of a decision strategy and explicitly represent the multiple criteria, and the fuzzy inference technique can handle the vagueness and uncertainty of the attributes and adaptively generate the weights for the system. Based on the AHP-FUZZY approach, a simulation system is implemented in the route guidance system, and the process is analyzed.

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  • Accession Number: 01527099
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TLIB, TRIS
  • Created Date: May 5 2014 11:57AM