Michael Schreckenberg mainly focuses on Cellular automaton, Traffic flow, Statistical physics, Flow and Microscopic traffic flow model. In general Cellular automaton study, his work on Nagel–Schreckenberg model often relates to the realm of Interaction range, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Traffic flow research focuses on Distributed computing and how it relates to Computer network and Advanced Traffic Management System.
His Statistical physics study combines topics in areas such as Stochastic process, State, Spin glass and Combinatorics. Michael Schreckenberg interconnects Applied mathematics, Diagram and Parallel dynamics in the investigation of issues within Flow. Microscopic traffic flow model is a subfield of Traffic generation model that Michael Schreckenberg investigates.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Cellular automaton, Traffic flow, Statistical physics, Simulation and Flow. His study in the field of Stochastic cellular automaton and Nagel–Schreckenberg model also crosses realms of Simple. His research in Traffic flow intersects with topics in Traffic generation model and Real-time computing.
His Traffic generation model research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Network traffic simulation and Traffic simulation. His research integrates issues of Phase transition, Stochastic process, Diagram, Exact solutions in general relativity and Jamming in his study of Statistical physics. His Simulation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Acceleration and Pedestrian.
His primary areas of investigation include Traffic flow, Simulation, Cellular automaton, Real-time computing and Flow. His Traffic flow study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Transport engineering. His study in Cellular automaton is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both International airport, Statistical physics and Traffic model.
As a member of one scientific family, Michael Schreckenberg mostly works in the field of Real-time computing, focusing on Bottleneck and, on occasion, Three-phase traffic theory, Motion and Stochastic flow. His Flow research integrates issues from Flow pattern, Phase transition and Queue. His studies deal with areas such as Microscopic traffic flow model and Timed automaton as well as Stochastic cellular automaton.
Michael Schreckenberg focuses on Traffic flow, Poison control, Cellular automaton, Simulation and Intelligent transportation system. His study of Nagel–Schreckenberg model is a part of Traffic flow. The subject of his Cellular automaton research is within the realm of Algorithm.
The various areas that he examines in his Simulation study include Travel time and Plan. Michael Schreckenberg combines subjects such as Resource allocation, Computer network, Handover and Distributed computing with his study of Intelligent transportation system. The concepts of his Statistical physics study are interwoven with issues in Phase, Traffic wave, Traffic congestion reconstruction with Kerner's three-phase theory, Impulse and Bottleneck.
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A cellular automaton model for freeway traffic
Kai Nagel;Michael Schreckenberg.
Journal De Physique I (1992)
Pedestrian and evacuation dynamics
Michael Schreckenberg;Som Deo Sharma.
Metastable states in cellular automata for traffic flow
R. Barlovic;L. Santen;A. Schadschneider;M. Schreckenberg.
European Physical Journal B (1998)
Discrete stochastic models for traffic flow
M. Schreckenberg;M. Schreckenberg;A. Schadschneider;A. Schadschneider;K. Nagel;K. Nagel;N. Ito;N. Ito.
Physical Review E (1995)
Traffic and Granular Flow
D E Wolf;M Schreckenberg;A Bachem.
Traffic and Granular Flow (1996)
Two lane traffic simulations using cellular automata
M. Rickert;M. Rickert;K. Nagel;M. Schreckenberg;A. Latour.
Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications (1996)
Towards a realistic microscopic description of highway traffic
W Knospe;L Santen;A Schadschneider;M Schreckenberg.
Journal of Physics A (2000)
Optimizing traffic lights in a cellular automaton model for city traffic.
Elmar Brockfeld;Robert Barlovic;Andreas Schadschneider;Michael Schreckenberg.
Physical Review E (2001)
Particle hopping models for two-lane traffic with two kinds of vehicles: Effects of lane-changing rules
Debashish Chowdhury;Dietrich E. Wolf;Michael Schreckenberg.
Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications (1997)
Cellular automation models and traffic flow
A Schadschneider;M Schreckenberg.
Journal of Physics A (1993)
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