A Cultural Algorithm for the Urban Public Transportation
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In the last years the population of Leon City, located in the state of Guanajuato in Mexico, has been considerably increasing, causing the inhabitants to waste most of their time with public transportation. As a consequence of the demographic growth and traffic bottleneck, users deal with the daily problem of optimizing their travel so that to get to their destination on time. To give a solution to this problem of obtaining an optimized route between two points in a public transportation, a method based on the cultural algorithms technique is proposed. Cultural algorithms are used in the generated knowledge in a set of time periods for a same population, using a belief space. These types of algorithms are a recent creation. The proposed method seeks a path that minimizes the time of traveling and the number of transfers. The results of the experiment show that the technique of the cultural algorithms is applicable to these kinds of multi-objective problems.
KeywordsCultural Algorithms Evolutionary Algorithms Optimization Transport Population Beliefs Agent
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