|Re: [sumo-user] How do I get the time duration of green traffic light on a particular edge via traci4matlab?|
I typed help traci.trafficlights yet I could not be able to find the functions traci.trafficlights.getPhaseDuration() and traci.trafficlights.getDuration in traci4matlab. How to get them?
Logic - constructs a Logic object.
Phase - Construct a Phase object for TraCI traffic lights.
getCompleteRedYellowGreenDefinition - Get the complete traffic lights definition.
getContextSubscriptionResults - Get the context subscription results for the
getControlledLanes - Get the controlled lanes.
getControlledLinks - Get the links controlled by the traffic light.
getIDList - Get the IDs of the traffic lights in the network.
getNextSwitch - Returns the time in ms at which the next phase change will
getPhase - Get the phase index.
getProgram - Returns the id of the current program.
getRedYellowGreenState - Get the traffic lights' state.
getSubscriptionResults - Get the subscription results for the last time step.
getUniversal - An internal function to send the get command and read the
readLinks - Internal function to read the links controlled by the traffic lights.
readLogics - Internal function to read the complete program of the traffic lights.
setCompleteRedYellowGreenDefinition - Set the complete definition of the traffic light.
setPhase - Set the phase index of the traffic light.
setPhaseDuration - Set the phase duration traffic light.
setProgram - Sets the id of the current program.
setRedYellowGreenState - Set the state of the traffic lights.
subscribe - Subscribe to traffic lights variable.
subscribeContext - Subscribe to a traffic lights's context variable.
From: Jakob Erdmann <namdre.sumo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 3:55 AM
To: Lawrence Soon; Sumo project User discussions
Subject: Re: [sumo-user] How do I get the time duration of green traffic light on a particular edge via traci4matlab?
First you need to determine the traffic-light index which corresponds to that edge (or rather to the lane-to-lane connections from that edge because each connection has it's own index).This is done by calling the function trafficlights.getControlledLinks.
2017-09-18 15:27 GMT+02:00 Lawrence Soon via sumo-user <sumo-user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
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