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Probabilistic Behavior and Entropy Variation in Traffic Flow


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1 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Techno India College of Technology, Kolkata- 700156, India
2 India Department of Mechanical Engineering, Techno India College of Technology, Kolkata- 700156, India
 

Entropy based approach for anomaly detection in the traffic flow is quite a famous approach. We observe that the variation of entropy values with respect to time and its relation to probability . The application of concept of fluid mechanics in traffic is well known research domain. But though there might be many striking similarities but there is much dissimilarity too. Hence there occur many questions that cannot be answered by these well known concepts. So we take a statistical path and search for an eloquent way to think of a solution.

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Probabilistic Behavior, Entropy Variation, Traffic Flow.
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Authors

Argha Bose
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Techno India College of Technology, Kolkata- 700156, India
Anustup Chatterjee
India Department of Mechanical Engineering, Techno India College of Technology, Kolkata- 700156, India

Abstract


Entropy based approach for anomaly detection in the traffic flow is quite a famous approach. We observe that the variation of entropy values with respect to time and its relation to probability . The application of concept of fluid mechanics in traffic is well known research domain. But though there might be many striking similarities but there is much dissimilarity too. Hence there occur many questions that cannot be answered by these well known concepts. So we take a statistical path and search for an eloquent way to think of a solution.

Keywords


Probabilistic Behavior, Entropy Variation, Traffic Flow.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21843/reas%2F2017%2F22-25%2F184060