His primary areas of study are Traffic flow, Car following, Control theory, Fuel efficiency and Stability. Tie-Qiao Tang has included themes like Flow and Free flow in his Traffic flow study. His Car following research is classified as research in Transport engineering.
Tie-Qiao Tang focuses mostly in the field of Control theory, narrowing it down to matters related to Potential flow and, in some cases, Pedestrian and Flow. His Fuel efficiency study incorporates themes from Bounded rationality and Numerical tests. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mathematical analysis and Operations research in addition to Stability.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Traffic flow, Car following, Automotive engineering, Simulation and Control theory. His Traffic wave study, which is part of a larger body of work in Traffic flow, is frequently linked to Macro, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Car following study deals with the bigger picture of Transport engineering.
His study in the field of Fuel efficiency also crosses realms of Process. His Simulation research incorporates themes from Flow, Numerical tests, Pedestrian and Cellular automaton. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Control theory and Intersection through his works.
Tie-Qiao Tang mostly deals with Car following, Simulation, Traffic flow, Operations research and Group behavior. His Car following study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Markov process, Three-phase traffic theory, Automotive engineering, Deep learning and Headway. His work on Fuel efficiency as part of general Automotive engineering study is frequently linked to Process, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Simulation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Motion, Pedestrian and Cellular automaton. His Traffic flow study also includes fields such as
Tie-Qiao Tang spends much of his time researching Car following, Traffic flow, Group behavior, Simulation and Operations research. His Car following research includes themes of Inter vehicle communication, Intersection, Automotive engineering and Motion. His Intersection research incorporates elements of Energy consumption, Fuel efficiency and Sensitivity.
Tie-Qiao Tang combines Traffic flow and Bottleneck in his studies. As part of the same scientific family, Tie-Qiao Tang usually focuses on Simulation, concentrating on Cellular automaton and intersecting with Pedestrian flow and Pedestrian. His studies deal with areas such as Aviation and Time headway as well as Operations research.
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A new car-following model accounting for varying road condition
Tieqiao Tang;Yunpeng Wang;Xiaobao Yang;Yonghong Wu.
Nonlinear Dynamics (2012)
A new car-following model with consideration of inter-vehicle communication
Tieqiao Tang;Weifang Shi;Huayan Shang;Yunpeng Wang.
Nonlinear Dynamics (2014)
Influences of the driver’s bounded rationality on micro driving behavior, fuel consumption and emissions
Tie-Qiao Tang;Hai-Jun Huang;Hua-Yan Shang.
Transportation Research Part D-transport and Environment (2015)
A new car-following model with the consideration of the driver's forecast effect
T.Q. Tang;C.Y. Li;H.J. Huang.
Physics Letters A (2010)
Stability of the car-following model on two lanes.
Tie-Qiao Tang;Hai-Jun Huang;Zi-You Gao.
Physical Review E (2005)
A new car-following model with consideration of roadside memorial
T. Tang;T. Tang;Yong Hong Wu;Louis Caccetta;H. Huang.
Physics Letters A (2011)
An extended macro traffic flow model accounting for the driver’s bounded rationality and numerical tests
Tie-Qiao Tang;Hai-Jun Huang;Hua-Yan Shang.
Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications (2017)
An extended car-following model with consideration of the reliability of inter-vehicle communication
Tie-Qiao Tang;Wei-Fang Shi;Hua-Yan Shang;Yun-Peng Wang.
Modeling electric bicycle’s lane-changing and retrograde behaviors
Tie-Qiao Tang;Xiao-Feng Luo;Jian Zhang;Liang Chen.
Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications (2018)
A new macro model with consideration of the traffic interruption probability
T.Q. Tang;H.J. Huang;G. Xu.
Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications (2008)
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