ENHANCING VEHICULAR NETWORKS WITH DEEP RADIAL BASIS FUNCTION FOR INTELLIGENT TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
Abstract
The vehicular networks has spurred research into intelligent traffic management systems to alleviate congestion and enhance safety. However, existing approaches often face challenges in capturing the complex dynamics of urban traffic flow efficiently. In this study, we propose an innovative framework integrating Deep Radial Basis Function (DRBF) networks into vehicular networks for intelligent traffic management. Our approach aims to address the limitations of conventional methods by leveraging the representational power of deep learning while incorporating the flexibility of radial basis function networks. The problem addressed in this research lies in the inadequacy of traditional traffic management systems to adapt to the dynamic nature of urban traffic flow. Existing methods often rely on simplistic models or predefined rules, which may fail to capture the intricate patterns and interactions among vehicles on the road. Consequently, these systems may struggle to provide real-time and accurate traffic management solutions, leading to increased congestion and safety hazards. To bridge this research gap, we propose the integration of DRBF networks, which offer a unique combination of deep learning capabilities and radial basis function interpolation. This hybrid architecture enables the model to learn complex spatial and temporal dependencies from vehicular network data while maintaining computational efficiency and interpretability. By training the DRBF network on historical traffic data and real-time sensor inputs, our methodology can effectively predict traffic flow, identify congestion hotspots, and optimize route recommendations in urban environments. Experimental results on real-world traffic datasets demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed approach in enhancing traffic management performance. Compared to traditional methods, our DRBF-based framework achieves higher accuracy in traffic flow prediction and generates more efficient routing strategies, leading to reduced travel times and improved overall traffic conditions.

Authors
S. Vijayarangam1, N. Sivakumar2, W. Agitha3, Mohamed Mallick4
Sri Indu College of Engineering and Technology, India1, Varuvan Vadivelan Institute of Technology, India2, DMI College of Engineering, India3, Samsung, Bengaluru, India4

Keywords
Vehicular Networks, Deep Learning, Traffic Management, Radial Basis Function, Intelligent Transportation Systems
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ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Communication Technology
( Volume: 15 , Issue: 1 , Pages: 3104 - 3111 )
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March 2024
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