Every peer in the P2P network is capable of updating its routing table in a real-time way, which enables agents to dynamically and automatically select, according to current traffic condition of the network, the global optimal traversal path.
In general, however, the data obtained loop detectors in freeways can be a good yardstick for representing the current travel speed and traffic condition.
The system automatically uptates the permit analysis results for bridges on routes according to the structural and traffic condition.
First, the dynamics of UACJ has been analyzed from the aspects of geographical condition, economic foundation, policy background, and traffic condition.
Among the three mapping rules we propose, TQ-MAP is the most reasonable one because it considers both the traffic condition and the QoS requirement.