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Une approche d'aide multicritère à la décision pour l'acceptation d'une signalisation routière dynamique

Abstract : This research deals with road safety, specifically the design of a dynamic road sign system for drivers in situations potentially dangerous. The system seeks to better inform drivers by making the road signs that present road condition information more readable thus making it easier to negotiate these conditions and difficulties that result from interpreting visual information poorly. The specific goal was to develop a method for assessing road sign systems legally, economically, socially and individually. The multicriteria dimension of the method is due to the fact that what is acceptable from one point of view is not inevitably acceptable from another, and that it is impossible to separate the judgments. We initially established one model in each acceptability by direct discussions with experts. All of these models were then synthesized in an inter‐acceptability global model which consider all the acceptability together. Based on a multicriterion decision aid methodology, a synthesis and classification work made it possible to lead to a reading grid which will help a decision maker to choose an action. This grid was partially valued by experiments on real roads to approve the study.
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Ludovic Duquesne. Une approche d'aide multicritère à la décision pour l'acceptation d'une signalisation routière dynamique. Automatique. Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut-Cambrésis, 2009. Français. ⟨NNT : 2009VALE0008⟩. ⟨tel-03019109⟩



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