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  1. A Systemic Approach to the Oversight of Machine Learning Clinical Translation 

    Vayena, Effy; Blasimme, Alessandro (2022)
    The American Journal of Bioethics
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  2. Editorial 

    Lengler, Johannes; Neumann, Frank (2022)
    Algorithmica
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  3. Adaptive control with moving actuators at motorway bottlenecks with connected and automated vehicles 

    Du, Yunhao; Makridis, Michail; Kouvelas, Anastasios (2022)
    Connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) have great potential to improve operating effectively of future traffic systems. In this paper, we propose a control method that uses CAVs as dynamic actuators on the mainline of a freeway to maximize the throughput at motorway bottlenecks robustly, considering the dynamic fundamental diagram model of mixed traffic flow. We assume that detectors at motorway on-ramp can obtain the density in real-time. ...
    Conference Paper
  4. Choice set generation for large-scale cycling networks 

    Felder, Matteo (2022)
    This work presents a sensitivity analysis of the Breadth First Search on Link Elimination (BFS-LE) algorithm in the context of choice set generation for the modelling of cyclists' route choice. Compared to motorised traffic, modelling cyclists typically requires much more complex networks due to the unrestricted nature of how they can move through urban space. In comparison to other methods, the literature indicates that the BFS-LE algorithm ...
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