University of Texas Traffic Lights Report and Presentation

Description

Learning Goal: I’m working on a computer science multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Learning Goal: I’m working on a computer science multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.a) A working product. Your system must work. Show the functionality of your system. b) Presentation. You must present your work in the best possible way in fifteen minutes. Make sure to rehearse your presentation many times with your teammate and be sure to define the role of each member. c) A formal, technical report, which must be in journal or conference format. You can choose IEEE format. The length of the report must be a minimum of five and a maximum of 10 pages (double space with 12 pt. font.)Your report must contain the following sections:1) Cover page2) Abstract or objective (Section I)3) Introduction and historical facts (Section II)4) Methodology. Show your techniques, design, etc. (Section III)5) Software Code (Sect. IV)6) Discussions of your product achievements and the results. This is the most important part of your report (Sect. V)7) Future work (Sect. VI)8) Conclusions (Sect. VII)9) References. You must show all references in your paper to validate your work.TRAFFIC LIGHT:Simulate the operation of a traffic light in an intersection, as shown belowPLEASE LOOK AT THE ATTACHED FILE OF THE OPERATION OF A TRAFFIC LIGHT IN AN INTERSECTIONCars arrive at random intervals and wait at the light until it’s green. The simulation should keep track of the state of the intersection with a resolution of 1 second. Two variable parameters will drive the simulation:1. The number of seconds between the light changing (assume that it says red and green in each direction for the same amount of time.)2. The probability that at any given second, a new car arrives at intersection Assume that it takes exactly 3 seconds for each car to clear at intersection once the light turns green. The simulation should keep track of the number of cars that pass through the intersection and the average time that cars wait. Graph these two variables across a range of timing variables.Keep a queue for each direction for entering the intersection and add a car to the appropriate queue when it reaches the intersection.Note: The way the simulation is set up you do not really need to keep a queue , just a count.Modify the problem as follow:1) Create three types of vehicles, say, cars, buses, and trucks. The relative probabilities and time taken to pass through the intersection should be different for each vehicle type.2) Allow some percentage of the vehicles to turn left-turning vehicles block the line until the light changes, if there’s traffic in the opposite direction .

2 attachmentsSlide 1 of 2attachment_1attachment_1attachment_2attachment_2

Explanation & Answer:
10 Pages

Tags:
cars

buses

and trucks

User generated content is uploaded by users for the purposes of learning and should be used following Studypool’s honor code & terms of service.

Reviews, comments, and love from our customers and community:

Article Writing

Keep doing what you do, I am really impressed by the work done.

Alexender

Researcher

PowerPoint Presentation

I am speechless…WoW! Thank you so much!

Stacy V.

Part-time student

Dissertation & Thesis

This was a very well-written paper. Great work fast.

M.H.H. Tony

Student

Annotated Bibliography

I love working with this company. You always go above and beyond and exceed my expectations every time.

Francisca N.

Student

Book Report / Review

I received my order wayyyyyyy sooner than I expected. Couldn’t ask for more.

Mary J.

Student

Essay (Any Type)

On time, perfect paper

Prof. Kate (Ph.D)

Student

Case Study

Awesome! Great papers, and early!

Kaylin Green

Student

Proofreading & Editing

Thank you Dr. Rebecca for editing my essays! She completed my task literally in 3 hours. For sure will work with her again, she is great and follows all instructions

Rebecca L.

Researcher

Critical Thinking / Review

Extremely thorough summary, understanding and examples found for social science readings, with edits made as needed and on time. Transparent

Arnold W.

Customer

Coursework

Perfect!

Joshua W.

Student

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes:

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>