AIMSUN

AcronymDefinition
AIMSUNAdvanced Interactive Microscopic Simulator for Urban and Non-Urban Networks
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Current simulation tools, such as VISSIM, Aimsun, TRANSMODELER, CORSIM, TWOPAS, or LASI, can microscopically represent drivers' behavior on the highway, including car-following, lane changing, passing in the opposing lane, merging, or speed reduction in curves [54-58].
Aimsun API (Application Programming Interface) can be a helpful platform to evaluate certain traffic management strategies.
It consists of TEDI as a traffic editor and AIMSUN (Advanced Interactive Microscopic Simulator for Urban and Non Urban Networks) as a microscopic traffic simulator.
[12] used AIMSUN to simulate driver violating behaviours through user-defined add-ons, proposed a method for analysing collision risk of various driver violating behaviours, and examined the impact on motorway safety.
The AIMSUN emission methodology was adopted for further evaluation using the NISE2 data subset described earlier.
GETRAM consists of TEDI as a traffic editor and AIMSUN (Advanced Interactive Microscopic Simulator for Urban and Non Urban Networks) as a microscopic traffic simulator [13, 14].
The AIMSUN NG developer determined that the FLS algorithm provides slightly better or comparable results to the existing AIMSUN NG model.
It works through the analysis of trajectory files (.trj) obtained from various traffic microsimulation programs, such as Aimsun, Paramics, and VISSIM.
Casas, "Dynamic network simulation with AIMSUN, simulation approaches in transportation analysis recent advances and challenges," in Maso Kuwahara Operations Research/Computer Science Interfaces Series, R.