Control of Traffic Systems in Buildings, focusing on elevator groups, presents the state of the art in their analysis and control. It covers the theory and design of passenger and cargo traffic systems with actual operational examples and topics of current interest such as: noisy, on-line and algorithmic optimization; identification and tracking of loads; integration of control with security and management; medium- and wide-area networked control; deployment and testing of transport systems. Workers in elevator control have pioneered the development of many modern control systems for use in all sorts of traffic and scheduled systems so this exposition of recent work in in-building transport control will be of interest to researchers and engineers in many areas of control, particularly in optimal or supervisory control, urban transportation systems and intelligent transport systems.

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