LOADVOL is a program developed to assimilate raw traffic volume data into a more readily usable form. Several identifying parameters are added to enhance the clarity and to extend the utility of the data base.
Criteria were set to detect possibly erroneous traffic count data. LOADVOL detects and replaces "erroneous" data with simulated data. LOADVOL produces cards which contain the orignal data which are replaced. Thus, the original data can be reviewed, and it can be ascertained whether it is erroneous or was affected by a special event, holiday, location, traffic recorder malfunction, or some other occurrence.
UPDATE, a second program, was developed to allow the replacement of original or simulated volumes with other volumes determined by the user to be more accurate.
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Virgin, Marvin, "Computer Storage of Traffic Volume Data" (1977). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 1056.