2000 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference Proceedings: October 1-3, 2000, the Ritz Carlton Hotel, Dearborn (MI), USA.
This text on intelligent transportation systems covers topics such as sensors, communications, simulation, man-machine interfaces, control, decision systems, information systems, computers, reliability and quality assurance, and navigation and guidance systems.
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