In this research, my master dissertation, a Simulation-Based Dynamic Traffic Assignment model based on parallel Processing is proposed. This research is combination of my last two researches for this project: Type-2 fuzzy system as the Route choice model and CATSIMS as the Dynamic network loading model. The final outcome of this project is ParaCATS,... Find more

Traffic simulation models have proven to be suitable tools for the evaluation of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). The applicability of traffic simulation strongly depends on computing performance. The result of this project is an high performance Cellular Automata micro simulator. I developed this software in C++, as an object oriented program.... Find more

About me
I am Amir Zarrinbal Masouleh. I have a PhD in Transportation Engineering. I am currently postdoctoral fellow in the department of Civil Engineering in University of Waterloo. I received a B.Sc. in Civil Engineering from University of Tehran, and a M.Sc. in Transportation Engineering from the Sharif University of Technology in 2010. My master dissertation conducted a Parallel Implementation of a Simulation-Based Dynamic Traffic Assignment with a Type-2 Fuzzy Route Choice Model. In my PhD, I developed an adaptive traffic signal control system using Bluetooth detectors.
My research interests include using advanced computer techniques in Transportation Engineering. In particular, I am currently interested in Simulation, Dynamic Traffic Assignment, User Behavior Models and Image Processing.
Find More About Amir!
© 2006 - 2024  Amir Zarinbal Masouleh