||Towards intelligent information system for public interurban road passenger transport management
||Andrej Tibaut, Branko Kaučič, Peter Podbreznik, Marjan Lep, Dušan Zalar
||Public road transport forms a complex and dynamical domain that encompasses fields of traffic, business and politics. Management of the system poses a challenge for governmental entities which are responsible for coordi-nation, control and data gathering from private transport companies. A need for IT support is obvious. The paper systematically describes a distributed enterprise information system named AVRIS developed for the Direc-torate of the Republic of Slovenia for Roads. AVRIS adds new value to the management and coordination of the domain for public interurban bus transport. First a theoretical work flow model, consisting of processes, phases and states is defined. Built upon the model a multi-tiered IS architecture is developed which incorporates a number of advanced IT concepts, like application server, shared communication space, MVC, etc. The concepts are implemented using latest open source Java technologies. First real experiences with AVRIS are evaluated and presented in the paper.
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||traffic engineering, public passenger transport management, traffic informatics, decision support, shared space, work flow, open source, Java
Andrej Tibaut, Branko Kaučič, Peter Podbreznik, Marjan Lep, Dušan Zalar (2007).
Towards intelligent information system for public interurban road passenger transport management. 705,