Lab 5 - CE93 Engineering Data Analysis Lab 5 Please include your matlab code for all the simulations required in your lab submission Have you ever

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1 CE93 Engineering Data Analysis Lab # 5 (February 16, 2011) Please include your matlab code for all the simulations required in your lab submission. Have you ever wanted to go straight at a green light, only to find the car in front of you waiting for a left turn, leaving you unable to pass the intersection? As you may deduce, heavy left-turn traffic can cause severe disruptions in the transportation network. Situations like the one above are not uncommon you may even be able to find one yourself in the city of Berkeley! In this lab, we’ll be looking at the scenario where cars are lined up on a single lane at a signalized intersection (one with traffic lights). Some cars wish to turn left, while the rest wish to go straight. 1. Suppose there are 10 cars waiting at a signalized intersection (with traffic lights) in a single line, and 4 of them are left turners (we know which these cars are). The vehicles are equally likely to be in any order. Use Matlab (please show your Matlab codes and outputs) to calculate the
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course CIV ENG 93 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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Lab 5 - CE93 Engineering Data Analysis Lab 5 Please include your matlab code for all the simulations required in your lab submission Have you ever

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